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ElisSmith
vor 3 Monaten

So it is interesting and quite understandable why you resort to gambling. However, as mentioned in this thread, it is always important to be careful and know when enough is enough, because falling into a "black hole" is certainly not pleasant. Especially if you are shortening your time just by gambling, because it can also lead to money loss. 

vor 1 Monat

I am glad some people have had some luck with the online casinos. I have had nothing but bad luck. It is not the loosing part that bothers me, it is the withdrawal verification according to the KYC procedure. I have read up on this policy and before they even take a deposit from you to begin with, they are supposed to verify you are who your claiming to be. duh!

They ask for me to send them a copy of my bank statement?? WTH

Of course I said absolutely not! You can keep your $99.

I continued to argue with them about this , why didn’t they askme to verify myself while they were accepting my money, why would I be contact a representative and complaining if I was an imposture. Also why would an imposture want to withdrawal money and put it back in my account and not their own. This is so stupid.

They continued to throw up this KYC procedure policy. So I then copied the complete thing and highlighted the part that says "The importance of KYC in online casinos.



Besides preventing fraud and guaranteeing compliance with age restrictions, KYC helps operators ensure responsible gambling measures and filter out problem gamblers. By monitoring customers’ gambling activity and evaluating their spending patterns, operators can identify those at risk of developing gambling problems, such as gambling addiction. 

Explaining the KYC process in online casinos. 

To comply with KYC requirements for online casinos, players are typically asked to provide a range of personal information (location, age), This way, apart from checking the legitimacy of the funds, i.e., the source, the casino can verify whether the user can afford to play. 


In terms of the positives, technology-driven KYC provides a more efficient and accurate way to authorize user identities and detect fraudulent behavior, along with other signs of problem gambling. 

Just FYI: I feel like they are trying to stop us from having a gambling problem. Not to protect our identities and from our information being stolen

if anyone knows anymore about this procedure please educate me , why they ask for a dang bank statement !!! And let me add it can not be altered at all or it will be rejected. Lol

dcn8y77nf4
vor 1 Monat

Hello, are you describing an experience that just happened to you in a casino or not ? 

Regarding KYC and what the casino requires from you, I think it is a common thing that players have to provide to the casino in order to successfully go through this process. It is not to misuse the information but to make sure that all the necessary data about the player is collected and the casino is sure that it is the player and not just someone else's information is being misused. Sometimes the casino will allow verification right at the beginning when you open an account, but this is not the rule. Most of the time, verification starts when you make your first withdrawal, which is standard. 

The bank statement is required by the casino to verify that the account belongs to you and as I said it is one of the most basic documents required by the casino along with ID, selfies, driving license, bills and various other documents. 

If you have any other follow-up questions don't hesitate to ask. I hope I have helped you a bit with my answer. 

Jaro
vor 1 Monat

I understand verifying someone but most people deposit with a credit card , PayPal etc. so if I had stolen someone’s identity (card)why would I deposit back into that persons account ( think about that). I would ask to deposit in my own account which would certainly throw a red flag. But if I had sent in selfie , picture of card that I used front and back and my driver license how could you not link card to me if address was verified. Hell I had a casino to call me to verify but still wanted that banking information.

But that being said the part I don’t like is where it reads that the bank statement would verify you have the funds to be doing what you’re doing. What business is it of the casinos if a person can afford it or not, absolutely none of their business. Casinos are there to make money off people ( in which they do)not get into a persons finances. This is just my opinion and I am entitled but this is the reason that I do not play them anymore and it was in no way a gambling issue for me personally . I just done it for fun every now and then and if I had won an abundance of money then I would probably just play it out on the games because the one thing they would not be getting was a bank statement. I think there could be some other documentation that could be requested besides a bank statement. Just saying!!!

dcn8y77nf4
vor 1 Monat

I understand what you are talking about, but as I said bank statement is one of the most basic documents. If someone refuses to provide this document as part of the verification and knows in advance that it is a problem for them, it is best not to play in the casinos because it can be an issue. 

Anyway, I follow your thinking and your logic. Maybe I thought that in such cases it would be nice to play in casinos that don't require verification. But that's just a thought. 

Either way, the best thing to do is definitely not to play and not to lose any money. That's my recommendation. 

dcn8y77nf4
vor 1 Monat

Hello!

If I may have some insights here, I'd like to say this:

These documents are standard. Casinos usually mention the list of the most common documents you should expect to be asked for, even in their terms and conditions. I'd say providing the banking statement is a normal thing to expect.

It partially has to do something with AML checks and fulfilling the licensing demands.

Thus, "But that being said the part I don’t like is where it reads that the bank statement would verify you have the funds to be doing what you’re doing. What business is it of the casinos if a person can afford it or not, absolutely none of their business. "

This is precisely their business. Try to pass this free e-course, focused on the AML (anti-money laundering) policy and the KYC: https://casino.guru/academy/course/igaming-player-verification

Additionally, banking statements may also serve as proof of address, proof of income, or proof of deposits. That makes them a highly valuable source for the KYC procedure.

And you should be ready to provide it. If you choose not to do so due to your own principles, or opinions, casinos won't be willing to find other ways. Because it is your decision that keeps them on the spot.

Did you catch my meaning? I do not intend to be rude or cheeky; I'm trying to make you understand how the industry works. 🙏

If you really don't want to provide the casino with a bank statement, you should not play there. Try to find a trustworthy crypto casino instead. The best option would be to address the chat operator immediately to be 100% sure your banking details will not be necessary.



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