Sanction and Anti-Terror List App ("SaATLA")
The SaATLA is a background check app for smartphones, which enables the user to collect and to transfer personal data or information on organisations and to the Advantage Compliance Server at dbh Logistics IT AG datacentre and to receive the check results. This app utilizes the available mobile network and a SaATLA compatible smartphone. SaATLA facilitates the compliance with the compulsory Anti-Terrorism Order to verify customer ID. The purpose of this order is to deprive terrorists and terrorist organisations access to any and all economic resources. Anyone found guilty of non-compliance with this order will be punished with tough penalties. This is a legally binding order and every accountable economic operator must make appropriate provisions, in order to pre-empt deliveries or payments to terrorists or their organisations. The SaATLA ID background check app establishes, whether a specific person or organisation is listed on any of the standard sanction lists. This app is free of charge as a trial version for a maximum of 6 weeks subsequent to download. Should the user regularly use the app on a long-term basis, the user must conclude a standard Advantage Compliance Server (“ACS”) Agreement with dbh Logistics IT AG. In such instances SaATLA solely constitutes an additional communication channel, through which the subscriber can execute a sanction and anti-terrorism background check, over and above the standard ACS range of functions. By purchasing, downloading and installing this app the user exclusively acquires the limited test use of the SaATLA application. No claims can be raised for a use of SaATLA beyond the maximum six week trial period nor the use of the Advantage Compliance Server Services as operated by dbh Logistics IT AG.
ACS itself is an instrument for determining whether a person or organisation is listed on any boycott and sanction list. The verification utilizes the latest sanction lists currently published by the Federal Gazette (“Bundesanzeiger“). This data is protected by copyrights and may not be given nor communicated to any third party.
dbh Logistics IT AG cannot be made responsible or liable for the correctness and accuracy of the sanction lists. The reconciliation uses a fuzzy algorithms, which determines the probability of a hit. This is in turn subject to a best practice approach and can be influenced by parameterization. The final decision on the allocation of a person to a sanction list rests on the client, who may ask a competent authorities such as the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (“BAFA” or Bundesamt für Wirtschaft und Ausfuhrkontrolle) for additional support.
The user can thereby minimize the risk of infringing his/her statutory obligations. The prosecution of such infringements by the German Customs Office or judicial authorities not only involves monetary penalties but also severe damage to a company’s image.
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