The high-risk processor ECommPay is a global network of companies and roots in Russia. The CEO of ECommPay in Moscow is Xenia Viktorovna Kuryshkina, who is also active in other group companies. The UK entity ECommPay Limited is an authorized payment institution regulated by the UK FCA with the reference number 607597.
|Brands||ECommPay ECommBX ECommBanx AccentPay Paymantix|
|Domains||www.ecommpay.com www.ecommbx.com www.accentpay.com|
|Legal entities||ECommPay Limited (UK) ECommPay Ltd (Cyprus) ECommPay Holding Limited (Cyprus) ECommPay Foundation Limited (Cyprus) Viramax Limited (Cyprus) Invitro Services Limited (Cayman Islands) SIA Choko (Latvia) Accentpay Limited (Hong Kong) LLC KPR (Russia) LLC ITO Partner (Russia) LLC Paymantix|
|Related individuals||Aleksejs Sjarki Paul Marcantonio Michael Charalambides Arthur Gots Andrey Moryakov Artem Laskov Xenia Victorovna Kuryshkina|
|Regulators||FCA, Central Bank of Cyprus|
According to the Companies House, the controlling person is the Latvian Aleksejs Sjarki, who also acts as a director in these companies. ECommBX, regulated by the Central Bank of Cyprus as an e-Money Institute (EMI), is also part of the ECommPay group of companies. ECommPay Holding Ltd in Cyprus is also the controlling shareholder.
ECommPay has both a branch in Cyprus and the separate legal entity ECommPay Ltd. All companies in Cyprus are located in Alpha Business Centre and share offices and staff there. ECommBX operates its platform ECommBanx (www.ecommbx.com), which does not inform that it is part of the ECommPay group.
Russian entities of the group include, for example, LLC KPR or LLC EKP IT. The registrant of the domain www.ecommpay.com is the Russian Artem Laskov. The ECcommPay group also includes Accentpay Limited, registered in Hong Kong, which has appeared as a payment processor in Forex broker schemes such as Forex Optimum and the online gaming area. The website went offline some time ago.
Paymantix (www.paymantix.com) is another payment processor in the ECommPay group that vanished some time ago. Its CEO used to be Xenia Viktorovna Kuryshkina.
We have no information that ECommPay acted in an unlawful or unethical way. Hence, we included it in our “Green Compliance” list.