Payment Gateways and Company Registration Issue

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  1. Payment Gateways and Company Registration Issue


    As a reseller hosting provider I can not use paypal or strips at my website for my clients, because I am in Pakistan.

    I can only use skrill and 2CheckOut but to use these as a business, they want me to represent a registered company.

    Will Sole Proprietor or AOP do? or do I need a pvt.ltd to have a merchant account or business account with skrill and 2CheckOut?

    What are my other options for payment gateways? I have Payoneer













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EU citizen owns a non-EU company – UK resident as self-employed?

I am an EU citizen who landed in the UK on January 2020 (currently OUT of the UK due to the pandemic).

Supposedly, an EU citizen is allowed to stay in the UK for up to 90 days; after that, it’s necessary to “exercise treaty rights” AKA take on an economic activity or be self-sufficient.

My current situation:

  1. Still keep a non-EU company and receive basic salary + dividends (money is sent EVENTUALLY to the UK to cover some minimal costs)
  2. Got an official mail address but no rental agreement (no fixed residence yet)
  3. Got interviewed by the JobCentre Plus and waiting for National Insurance number
  4. Done some job interviews but no success yet
  5. Have an active UK mobile number and three (yes, three!!!) UK bank accounts with a minimum money flow inside the UK
  6. Not yet registered at a General Practitioner (NHS)

Does it all make me a UK resident, regardless of having an inland job or not? Do I exercise my treaty rights by simply registering as a self-employed person and keeping my offshore company (and paying UK income tax, of course)? Otherwise, I am supposedly not allowed to stay in the UK any longer (or reenter the country, for instance).

Sorry to place that question here but I’ve been searching info for months and didn’t get any clear answer; some similar cases are related to people with a British LLC, not a foreign, non-EU company.

bookings – Repatriation Flight – Buying flight through a tour company and getting the reservation code of airline

Repatriation flights are special, and there’s nothing normal about them.

LATAM flight 8070, your flight GRU-FRA looks like a normally scheduled flight. I can go to Google Flights and book a seat on it right now (there may be generally applicable regulations about who can fly on it with Germany’s travel restrictions, but that’s irrelevant to its status as a regular commercial flight). But LATAM flight 9517, from EZE-GRU, is not a regularly scheduled flight and does not appear in public schedules (many airlines use flight numbers 9000 and above for special purpose flights like charters and ferry flights). It doesn’t appear to be possible to buy a ticket on this flight through the normal sales channels.

As such, I would not expect the usual processes like confirmation numbers and online checkin to apply. If this is a repatriation flight that has been chartered by a government, control of the passenger list may be managed by the government (or a tour company they’ve contracted to collect payment and facilitate the process) and not the airline. The process at the airport may be different than usual. In some cases, consular staff are performing functions normally handled by airline employees (see, for instance, these photos of US repatriation flights in South Africa or this video from Nepal—there are a lot of consular staff operating stations that are not part of a typical check-in process) and may have their own lists of who belongs on the flight.

The fact that they have booked your second flight, as confirmed by the airline, is a good sign that this is not some kind of outright scam. Ultimately, there may just not be a confirmation number for your repatriation flight. As Greg Hewgill notes, getting to the airport early and following the instructions you were given is probably your best bet now.

bookings – Buyng flight through a tour company and getting the reservation code of airline

Usually I get my plane tickets directly from airlines. Now for the first time I had to purchase two tickets through a touring company for a repatriation flight. All they have sent me after the purchase (along with the invoice) is the following:

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and they told me I have to do the check in at the airport (I always did online check in). Even though these are pretty looking tickets, they do not have any security code, reference number, etc. So to me this is not a confirmation at all that I have the seats reserved within LATAM airline. I have insisted to this touring company to send me the reservation codes without success up to now.

How do things usually work in these cases? Is it normal that touring companies do not provide you the “reservation number” and you just have to go to the airport confident that they have done a good job? What if they didn’t?

This company has good reviews in Google so I am not suspicious about their intention nor their professionalism. However I would be more comfortable having some way to confirm my name in these planes in the website of LATAM. I have already contacted LATAM and they confirmed that everything is right with the second flight. However, they weren’t able to give me any confirmation for the first flight and this is having me worried…

How do I inform a company I found a leaked database of theirs on the Internet?

Recently I found a leaked database of a company and I do not know how to go about contacting the company. It is so weird because I cannot find any type of Information Security contact email to report this to. It just has a support email. I feel uncomfortable sending the link to the support email.

Should I ask for an Information Security email contact from that company or what should I do?
By the way, the support email for the company is more of a fraud or customer support email not a technical support or security.

Also, what would be a good template to follow to give the best insight of the leaked database?

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