No. Voima submits information to the Finnish Tax Administration only in accordance with the legal requirements. Thus, no information is submitted automatically or by Customers' requests. Rather, the person liable to pay taxes is responsible for submitting their own information to the tax authorities.
This is a security measure intended to ensure that it is indeed you who is opening the account, and not someone who has happened to come across your ID.Open on new page
Yes, if you are liable to pay taxes in Finland. In other cases, you should consult your local tax authorities for the answer.Read full answer
Yes. You need two factors to log into your account: a password and an SMS code. This makes it harder for unauthorised people to access your account and, thereby, two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your Voima Account.Open on new page
Voima alone collects user information on its website, and no third-party services are used for this. The user information collected by Voima is not shared with any third parties in any way.
It is impossible to identify users based on the collected user information. This information is therefore not personal data.
Voima collects information about the use of the website and the application primarily in order to detect issues in the systems. When the actions carried out before the issue are known, it is easier to track down the root cause and fix it. The information also helps Voima to ascertain that its services can be used on all devices.
Secondarily, the website tracking helps Voima to understand whether its advertising has reached the intended audience. Voima does not use the collected information to target any advertisement. In addition, Voima does not share the collected information with any of its advertising channels.Open on new page
No. Voima requires that each Customer is identified in order to ensure the provision of safe services and to comply with AML/CFT legislation.Open on new page
No. The bank account that you wish to make transfers from and into must have been opened in your name.Read full answer
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