We operate under many compliance-related issues and procedures. These procedures involve collecting adequate documentation from our clients regarding KYC (Know Your Client), including requiring a valid ID card and a recent (within six months) utility bill or bank account statement that confirms the address has registered with.
What documents do I need to provide if I want to be your client?
A color copy of a valid passport and other official identification documents issued by authorities (e.g., driver’s license, identity card, health ID).
The identification document must contain the client’s full name, an issue or expiry date, the client’s place and date of birth or tax identification number, and the client’s signature.
A recent utility bill (e.g., electricity, gas, water, phone, oil, Internet connection, bank account statement) dated within the last six months and confirming your registered address.
The name on the bill/statement should be the same as the name of the client.
For third party deposits, please send documents for both parties as well as a front & back, color copy of the credit card used, showing: full name, expiration date, last 4 digits of the credit card number when the term is provided on credit card and first 6 digits and last 4 digits visible in the case where no name is provided on the credit card.
Please note: You may hide the CVV Security code on the back and POA form. All documents must be readable, easily viewed, and identified with all corners visible.
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