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Yes. You can publish the game under a different 'brand' name than your credit card name. We have a number of accounts under different brand names - which have nothing to do with our actual real names on credit cards.
Just to add to what has already been said, I have always written it into my non-compete agreement with the company I was working for. If I started a project on the side just like you're suggesting I will talk to my company HR representative and add the new project to the non-compete agreement.
Its not illegal. But most companies have clauses in their employment contract about it. So a couple of steps you should do. Make sure all Development was done in your time AND on you equipment. Read your contract Talk to them about moonlighting see how they (your employer) feels about it. Most companies will be fine as long as its in your time and not ...
This question would be best put to apple support! Although, when I started my company, before I got my business account cards, I used my personal accounts, which were in my personal name rather than my trading as name, to buy/sell/rent services and never had an issue.
It'll depend solely on your employment contract with your main employer. Most employers will have a clause that prevents you working for another company in the same space (ie on a product that competes with them), but especially if you just want to publish some apps that you've been working on in your spare time you can always try to negotiate with them - or ...
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