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Voluntary declaration on the origin of the funds

By way of voluntary and self-employed and assured that everything in this area is true, I make the following statement of source of funds to XCB of Colombia Limited branch, with the purpose of complying with the provisions of the Financial Superintendence of Colombia (external circular No. 007 of 1996), the Organic Statute of the Financial System (Decree No. 663 of 1993), Act No. 190 of 1995 and Act No. 1474 of 2011 “Anti-Corruption Statute” and other consistent legal rules.

The own resources or which I deliver for the establishment of business, deposits or payment of obligations are derived from the following sources (details of occupation, trade, profession, activity, business, etc.). Do not place generics, such as: Trader.

I declare that the own resources or that I deliver do not come from any unlawful activity of those referred to in the Colombian Penal Code or any rule that amends or adds it.  I shall not admit that third parties make deposits to my accounts with funds from the illegal activities referred to in the Colombian Penal Code or any regulations amending or adding  it or conducting transactions intended for or for persons related to such activities.  I authorize the settlement of any obligations or deposits in this institution, in the event of infringement of any of the numbers contained in this document,  exempting XCB from Colombia Limited branch, from any liability arising from misleading, false or inaccurate information, which I would have provided in this document or from the violation of it.


To prevent money laundering through the purchase of its products, Intcomex accepts only the following forms of payment from customers and distributors. For the purpose of this payment policy, “customer” shall include related or associated persons or entities, such as a parent company, affiliate, owner, partner, a bank or other financial services entity providing financing for the transaction or customer. Payments made from an entity that is the U.S parent company or wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of a U.S. customer are permissible if there is a reasonable explanation for the payment and no “red flags” are present that raise suspicions or questions about the transactions.

The following forms of payment are accepted:

- Wire Transfers and other electronic fund transfers

- Domestic bank drafts

- Domestic Cashier’s Check

- Cash

- Company Check

-Credit Card

Please be advised that when paying with cashier’s checks (with a face amount of $10,000 or less) and cash that combined amount more than $10,000 or when paying cash for $10,000 or more for a single transaction or related transactions, Internal Revenue Service IRS (“IRS”) Form 8300 must be filled out, which provides valuable information to the IRS and Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (also known as “FinCEN”) in their efforts to combat money laundering. All payments submitted by a third party will be rejected.


This information sheet is intended to make sure you are aware of important trade compliance regulations. The information provided is primarily related to the U.S Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry & Security. Please consult with the appropriate local trade compliance agency to insure you understand the regulations of your specific country. It is the responsibility of the reseller to insure that its resale transactions do not violate the export control regulations enacted by U.S, including but not limited to, Federal Trade Regulations and Export Administration Regulations maintained by the U.S. Department of Commerce and trade and economic sanctions maintained by the U.S Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control among others or local government law.

The level of control applied to a transaction is determined by the government-designated classification of the product in combination with the country of destination. Based on product classification, certain technology, computer and telecommunication products may require formal export license approval as defined within the scope of the applicable regulations. You must understand the product classification to determine if there are any restrictions on the export or re-export.

Products purchased from Intcomex must not be sold to any person, entity or business listed on any of the denial lists published by authorities governing the transaction, including the local government. It is illegal for a U.S company or its foreign subsidiaries to conduct export business with a company or individual listed on the U.S Government’s Table of Denial Orders, Entity List, Specially Designated Nationals List or the Debarred List.

Reseller may not, without a license, export or re-export Intcomex products to embargoed destinations and terrorist supporting countries. A firm may not export, re-export or transfer an item if they have knowledge that the customer will re-export or transfer that item without the proper licensing authority. It is illegal to knowingly make products available to persons or front companies who intend to divert products to unauthorized destinations or end users. For further information, contact the nearest U.S Embassy or Consulate.