Documents required for verification

Modified on Mon, 01 Aug 2022 at 01:22 PM

To verify your CW account, you need to provide following information:


 


Personal identification:


Selfie on CryptoWallet web page or CryptoWallet app during verification process.


Identity document:


for European Economic Area Countries:


• National identification card (front+back)


• Passport


• Driving License (EEA Countries, UK, Switzerland)


for Other Countries:


• Passport


• Valid National ID card that has information on Date of birth, national id number, Date of issue, Date of expiry and signature


 


~ A driving licence is accepted only for EEA countries, UK and Switzerland;


~ We cannot accept documents that are damaged 


~ We cannot accept documents for which the validity date has expired, even if they are still valid in some cases;


~ We cannot accept documents without expiry date


~ The old paper-based ID document won't be accepted


 


Proof of address*:


• Bank statement
• Credit card statement
• Utility bill (water, electricity, gas, internet, phone)
• Insurance statement
• Tax document
• Residence certificate


* all documents in this section must have clearly visible address information, your name


and must be dated less than 3 months ago from the date of submission.


 


 


Source of funds:


Upon uploading funds to your CryptoWallet account you may be asked to provide SOF (source of funds).


For proof of source of funds we accept following documents:


• Payslips from an employer
• Sale contracts of personal assets (houses, cars, companies, etc.)
• Bank statements (savings account extract, salary deposits, etc.)
• Inheritance and gifts (copy of the will, notarized letter, etc.)
• Loan agreements


 


Notes:


~ For documents in languages that use non-Latin characters (such as Russian, Chinese, Thai, Hebrew, etc.), a notarized translation of your document will greatly speed up processing time.


~ In addition, the company reserves the right to request a bilingual identification document containing English as one of the languages.For non-EEA countries all verification documents must be in English Language.


~ Good quality of copies with readable information is required!!


~ In some cases you will be asked to submit an additional documents or fill the registration form


 

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