How does Dwolla protect customer's data?
Protecting customers' information is a top priority at Dwolla.
How is my information protected?
Dwolla systems have been configured to ensure secure communication between your internet-connected devices and Dwolla's servers, which are encrypted with 128-bit encryption through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and/or Transport Layer Security (TLS). Dwolla encrypts all sensitive information that exists on the servers, never exposing financial information during transactions. Your personal financial information is never stored on your computer, phone, or tablet.
We encourage you to read more about Dwolla’s security practices here, but here are some basics:
- Dwolla never transmits your financial information during a transaction. This limits the threat of identity theft.
- Dwolla never sells your information.
- Dwolla has a full-time team dedicated to risk assessment and fraud prevention.
- Dwolla does not disclose any of your personal information to third parties without your explicit permission.
- Dwolla’s website is regularly tested and certified by the McAfee® SECURE Security Scan, ensuring that no vulnerabilities exist.
Where can I find more information?
FinCen: An agency tasked with enhancing the integrity of financial systems by facilitating the detection and deterrence of financial crime.
NACHA: The governing body that sets rules and procedure for ACH (description of site).
Title 31: Money and Finance: Treasury: Laws and statutes, as stipulated by the U.S. Treasury Department, that govern the U.S. financial system.
Jan. 25th, 2019