Matched Betting Question NetBet

stringhigh

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Hello all,

I am in my 2nd week of matched betting and have signed up to 12 offers with different bookies.
Withdrawn funds from 4 bookies which was as simple as clicking withdraw.
Have any of you used NetBet before?
I have done the trigger bet and was sent an email.

"Validate your account today - it only takes a couple of minutes:
Simply take a photo of your identification documents, front and back of your ID and any bank card(s) used to deposit on your site plus a recent bank statement or utility bill, and upload them easily through our online secure application, "

That is the first time I have been asked.
Is it a standard email and will I be able to withdraw without sending the above documents?
 

Jon

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Hello all,

I am in my 2nd week of matched betting and have signed up to 12 offers with different bookies.
Withdrawn funds from 4 bookies which was as simple as clicking withdraw.
Have any of you used NetBet before?
I have done the trigger bet and was sent an email.

"Validate your account today - it only takes a couple of minutes:
Simply take a photo of your identification documents, front and back of your ID and any bank card(s) used to deposit on your site plus a recent bank statement or utility bill, and upload them easily through our online secure application, "

That is the first time I have been asked.
Is it a standard email and will I be able to withdraw without sending the above documents?
This sounds like KYC (Know your customer) - You'll trigger it quite a few times with other bookies as well so I'd just get used to sending your ID as requested
 

stringhigh

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Ok, so it is not unusual to be asked to do this.
Are there any security risks from sending in pictures of your passport, driving licence, bank card and statement? If they were to get into the wrong hands.
 

Jon

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Ok, so it is not unusual to be asked to do this.
Are there any security risks from sending in pictures of your passport, driving licence, bank card and statement? If they were to get into the wrong hands.
All the bookies you SHOULD be dealing with are regulated by the UKGC so no
 
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