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Compliance

Lyons Xpress is a licensed money transmitter in each state jurisdiction where the company is conducting business. It is also a licensed check cashing company in the state of New Jersey. The company is also registered as a “money services business” (“MSB”) with the federal Financial Crime Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”). For a list of states where we are licensed, please visit STATE LICENSING. 

Money laundering and financial crime causes incalculable harm to individuals and the U.S. economy, and undermines confidence in the financial services industry. The war against money laundering and financial crime requires constant vigilance and the commitment of all financial institutions. Lyons Xpress is fully committed to these efforts.

It is the company’s policy that no customer or agent relationship is worth compromising our integrity and commitment to combating money laundering, terrorist financing and other financial crime. The company is committed to the highest of standards of BSA/AML compliance and we require that our agents and employees likewise adhere to these standards in preventing our services from being used to facilitate money laundering, terrorist financing and other financial criminal activity.

We have a comprehensive compliance program to ensure compliance with government rules and regulations. To guarantee that our customers are properly and legally served, we will comply with all identification and reporting requirements of all applicable laws and regulations. We also abide by all anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing laws and regulations following to the laws of the United States and other jurisdictions.

We know that the privacy of your personal information is important to you. Our customer’s privacy and trust are our priority. Lyons Xpress will not disclose any personal nonpublic information with non-affiliates or outside marketers. Please visit our PRIVACY POLICY and USER AGREEMENT for more information regarding how we are committed to your security and privacy.

PREVENTION OF FRAUDS, SCAMS AND ELDER ABUSE

We recommend and urge you not to send money or pay any fee for someone you do not know personally and trust. You must be especially careful with offers that seem too good to be true.

Frauds often start with someone offering to buy something you advertised, pay you to do work at home, give you an “advance” on a lottery you supposedly won, pay an installment on the millions that you will receive for agreeing to have money from a foreign country transferred to your bank account for safekeeping, or some type of ransom for a loved one. Whatever the pitch, the person may sound quite believable. Please, use discernment when attending to these sorts of solicitations.

Once you send money through a transfer, the funds cannot be retrieved. Be wary of any time someone you do not know well is asking you to send money.

Elder fraud involves targeting older adults with false promises of goods, services, or financial benefits that do not exist, were never intended to be provided, or were misrepresented. Scammers will often target elderly people, asking them to send money and then keeping the funds.

If you think you, or someone you care about, have been or might be a victim of any kind of fraud, scam, or elder abuse, or if you observe someone using our online service in an inappropriate or impermissible way, please do not hesitate in contacting us immediately at:

Phone: (973) 817-8448 or Toll Free at (855) 459-9400
Email: [email protected]
Mail: Lyons Xpress Inc. ATTN: Customer Service
26 Wilson Avenue, Newark, NJ, 07105 USA

If you receive any fictitious e-mails claiming to be from Lyons Xpress, please forward it to [email protected]

The following websites offer more information on how to avoid frauds, scams and elder abuse:

fakechecks.org

stopfraud.gov

dbo.ca.gov/preventing-and-reporting-elder-financial-abuse/

fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/news/cnwin1112/elderfraud.html