Organization Information:

MoneyGram Payment Systems, Inc.
1550 Utica Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Phone: 952-591-3000
Fax: 952-591-3859
Contact Information:

Contact Office: Legal Department
Contact Name: Debra K. Guertin, Privacy Officer
Phone: 952-591-3854 Fax: 952-591-3859 Email:

Corporate Officer Information:

Corporate Officer: Teresa H. Johnson, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Phone: 952-591-3850 Fax: 952-591-3859 Email:

Safe Harbor Information:

Signed up to safe harbor 10/17/2001 03:34:44 PM
Next certification 10/17/2009
EU/EEA Countries From Which Personal Information Is Received: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
Industry Sector: Financial Services - (FNS)
Personal Information Received From the EU: MoneyGram Payment Systems, Inc. ("MoneyGram") collects and processes human resources data regarding applicants and employees for various purposes including compliance with laws, human resources management, employment verification, administration of employee benefits and administration of the employment relationship. MoneyGram collects and processes personal information of prospective agents and subagents for various purposes, including, but not limited to compliance with laws, management of the ongoing agent evaluation process and collection or obligation arising from the MoneyGram business relationship, including any related guarantees. MoneyGram Payment Systems, Inc. ("MoneyGram") offers a service to the public which allows parties to transfer funds from one location to another in over 180 countries and territories. In order to effect and monitor a transfer, MoneyGram must collect the following personal information from a party initiating the transaction (the "Sender"): name; address; telephone number; name and address of the beneficial owner of the funds being transferred; the name of the party to whom the funds are being sent (the "Receiver"); the amount to be sent; and the anticipated country where the funds will be received. MoneyGram also requires the Receiver to supply their address and photo identification. To comply with the laws of the United States and other countries, MoneyGram must examine and retain additional information concerning the identity of the parties involved in the transaction. The type of information will vary, depending upon the situation, but may include the following: date of birth; occupation of the Sender;citizenship of the Sender; the social security number of any US Sender or tax identification number of any US initiating business; or other government-issued identification. For purposes of preventing money laundering, MoneyGram requires any Sender initiating a transfer in excess of US$900 to present photo identification; and any Sender initiating a transfer outside of the US in excess of US$20,000 to reveal the source of the funds, the purpose of the transaction and the relationship between the Sender and the Receiver. This information is retained by MoneyGram in accordance with its privacy policy, which is described below.
Privacy Policy Effective: June 30, 2001
Regulated by: Federal Trade Commission
Privacy Programs: MoneyGram is not a member of any organization relevant to its privacy policy.
Verification: In-house
Dispute Resolution: MoneyGram's independent recourse mechanism for customer complaints will be resolution by the American Arbitration Association.
Personal Data Covered: On-Line, Manually Processed, Human Resources Data
Human Resource Data Covered: Yes

Do you agree to cooperate and comply with the European Data Protection Authorities? Yes

Certification Status: Current
Compliance Status:

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