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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I protect myself from dishonest borrowers?
You can screen borrowers by looking at their reliability rating or Trust Score: the higher, the better. A lender has a right to set lower limits for Trust Score rankings for loan receivers. A lender also has a right to choose who to issue loans to or to deny applications. Please ask the borrower to disclose all information about his account and analyze the information carefully. Generally you can, and should, ask as much information as necessary to rest assured that the loan will be returned.
You can create your own list of agents to work with.
How much time do I have to transfer funds to a Bitcoin address?
You have 24 hours to make one or more payments in Bitcoin to cover the amount specified in your deposit application.
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Perfect Money Trust Core
Trust Score is an individual numeric value assigned to each account at Perfect
Money. The Trust Score characterizes a particular account in terms of account
owner's business activity.
Below you will find the criteria that is used whenever the Trust Score is calculated:
Number of accounts that were involved in transactions
Amount of funds transferred
Age of an account (time since the initial transaction)
Valid complaints and positive responses against/for account
Account balance based on the minimal level for the last month
Trust Score minimal value is 0, while there is no maximum value. All new accounts
have Trust Score = 0.
Trust Score can be viewed at your Perfect Money account as well as at the time
of making a transaction or providing a credit.
Please keep in mind that Trust Score may drop or rise depending on particular
account performance, hence high Trust Score at a given moment does not guarantee
higher scores in the future.