KYC at 1xBet

About KYC at 1xBet

  1. The company 1xBet is making a great effort to understand its customers to prevent money laundering and other forms of fraud. The company can ask for ID and address documents during registration if online verification tools are required.
  2. The Customer must provide Certain documents to the Company to verify his identity. These include valid photo IDs like a driver’s license, identity card, passport, or others specified by the Ministry of Finance of Curacao. The company may request additional documents, such as a valid ID, utility bill, account statement, reference letter, or government correspondence, to verify the residential address. The phone number is also confirmed during the verification process. If necessary for AML checks and compliance, the Company may request additional documentation at various times.
  3. Proof of funds is one of the pieces of evidence we may require to verify that our players are using their money to gamble on our site.
  4. When a player makes a certain number of deposits or withdrawals or when we sense that the player is involved in any fraudulent behavior, these documents may be required.
  5. We also analyze player bets to determine whether they are in violation. If the legality of the credited winnings is in doubt, we liaise with the provider and review such bets together.
  6. Identification documents are checked against some criteria to verify that details such as name, photo, date of birth, and citizenship present on the ID are correct. The information in players’ profiles must match these details for the document to be valid.
  7. Alterations are scrutinized in the documents we review, and if need be, we can ask for a selfie with your ID to determine that you indeed signed up on our website.
  8. If we are unsure of the authenticity of the document we have in hand, we can use email to communicate with the fraud department.
  9. The Customer’s account may have suspicious transaction details, like incongruent sender information and activities such as refunds and cancellations. This results in the company blocking or closing the customer’s account, canceling payments, and freezing operations until a legal inquiry concludes. In making decisions, however, concerning such cases, the company follows these law provisions.
  10. The withdrawal method should be the deposit method, and the Company may seek more information from the Customer. If a customer wants to provide more information than requested by the Company, their account can be suspended by the Company pending a full investigation.
  11. During the investigation, the Company can request extra copies of ID documents, duplicate credit cards, payment records, and other information for ownership verification. The company may also ask for the original documents.
  12. Customers from jurisdictions that are considered high-risk will have their affairs examined in detail.
  13. If the Company refuses transactions or suspends the Customer’s account due to suspicion, it won’t be responsible for resulting damages.