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Transfer Wise says that its rejection is down to "the requirements that our payment and banking partners place on us." In a statement, a company spokesperson said: "Our terms and conditions reflect the requirements that our payment and banking partners place on us, and on that basis we don't process payments that are connected to adult services.Intimacy · Sexual Education · Dating and Relationships · Positive Change · Sensuality · Human Sexuality · Open Relationships · Make a Positive Impact · sexual health · Polyfidelity · What is Polyamory?Transfer Wise is known for its provocative publicity stunts — particularly those involving nudity.However, 3nder's unconventional audience has caused problems for Trifonov, both in his professional and personal life.Transfer Wise refused to let the company open a business account because of the "nature of [his] business," according to an email seen by Business Insider, with a customer-service representative classifying the dating app as "adult" content, Trifonov says.Dimo Trifonov is the founder and CEO of 3nder, an alternative dating app.
Cluttons, the estate agents that Trifonov found the property through, did not respond to a request for comment.Trifonov argues Transfer Wise is also guilty of "double standards" — presenting itself as progressive while acting just like the banks it seeks to supplant.In January 2015, the Estonian money transfer app sent a dozen nearly naked employees running through London to protest banks' "unfair exchange rates." It was at it again in February, leading a 200-strong underwear-only march through Wall Street in New York to celebrate their launch in the US.Even the founders have had a go: Back in June 2014, Taavet Hinrikus and Kristo Käärmann stripped down to their underpants along with dozens of employees in the City of London to illustrate how, they said, the banks “screw you by charging huge hidden charges.” But Transfer Wise is less keen on risqué activities when they're not helping to promote the company.And when a landlord discovered what 3nder is, he backed out at the last minute, refusing to rent to Trifonov, the app developer says.
He claims the landlord said: "I don't want this champ in my property" — discriminating against him because of his non-monogomous lifestyle.