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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 does not provide tax advice. For up-to-date information regarding tax matters, please consult your local tax authorities.Open on new page
Yes. Due to international sanction policies and technical limitations, all residents from certain countries are blocked from access to financial services.
Currently, the following countries and areas cannot use Voima's services: 🇨🇳 China, 🇨🇺 Cuba, 🇰🇵 North Korea, 🇮🇷 Iran, 🇷🇺 Russia, 🇸🇾 Syria and Crimea.Open on new page
No. Unfortunately, Voima does not give investment advice to anyone.Open on new page
Voima provides accounts for the management of gold and euro assets. The account is called Voima Account, and through it Customers can exchange euros for gold and vice versa. The account can be managed either online or through appointments made at Voima's office. The Customers' gold is primarily stored at Voima's own vault in Finland.Open on new page
Voima's gold supply is divided into two categories:
No. Voima relies on digital as well as physical presence, and hence the company has its own offices at Helsinki and Lahti.Open on new page
For reasons of security, convenience and liquidity.Read full answer
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