Giveza’s complaince is paramount to fostering trust among users and maintaining the platform’s integrity. Our commitment to legal and regulatory standards is reflected in our diligent adherence to various aspects of compliance.

1. User Eligibility:

a. Only individuals and organizations meeting our eligibility criteria can create fundraising campaigns.
b. Giveza reserves the right to verify the legitimacy of fundraisers and their causes.

2. Financial Compliance:

a. Users must adhere to all applicable financial regulations, including anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) requirements.
b. Our platform ensures secure payment processing, following the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) for credit card transactions.

3. Tax Implications:

a. Users are responsible for understanding and complying with local tax regulations.
b. Giveza does not provide tax advice; users should seek guidance from tax professionals.

4. Transparency:

a. Fundraisers commit to transparently communicating the use of funds and providing regular updates to donors.
b. Any platform fees or charges are clearly stated to maintain transparency.

5. Intellectual Property:

a. Users must respect intellectual property rights and avoid violating copyright or trademark laws.
b. Giveza has established procedures to address and resolve copyright infringement claims.

6. Refund and Cancellation Policies:

a. Clearly outlined conditions for refundable donations are provided.
b. Policies for canceling campaigns and refunding donors are established if a campaign is canceled.

7. User Safety:

a. Measures are implemented to protect users from fraud and scams.
b. Reporting mechanisms are provided for users to flag suspicious activity promptly.

8. Legal Compliance:

a. Giveza commits to complying with crowdfunding regulations in applicable jurisdictions.
b. We maintain awareness of and adherence to local fundraising limits.

9. Accessibility:

a. Giveza is committed to accessibility standards to ensure the platform is usable by individuals with disabilities.

10. Dispute Resolution:

a. A defined process is in place for handling disputes, including the possibility of third-party mediation or arbitration.