Sold BTC via SEPA to a company

Hi guys,

I just sold BTC via SEPA and received the money, but the buyer’s bank account seems to be either a company or some sort of club or something. I cannot tell because it is in a foreign language, but it’s definitely not a name of a citizen.

I don’t want to dox here anything, but I would like to know how to proceed? If I knew beforehand, that I am selling to a company I wouldn’t have even started the trade.

I don’t know why companies would start buyingU/selling on bisq anyway.
Can somebody from the team or arbitrators please comment?

Preferable I would just like to dispute this, send the FIAT money back and cancel the transaction.

Has the transaction gone through yet? I’ve heard of this happen in the past and nothing came of it, no security/privacy concern. Let me see if I can find that conversation.

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I think this is fine. Selling via a company can offer additional privacy to traders. Also, it a company, organization or club wants to trade on Bisq that is great.

Ideally Bisq would be one anonymous party trading with another anonymous party.

If you do not want to trade with the user again I think you can block the onion address.

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@ManfredKarrer

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Bisq should censorship resistant also for companies willing to use Bisq.
This company would lose a lot of reputations if they try to scam you, and I’m quite sure they can’t legally put you on any list without your permission as per EU GDPR.