casinos that dont require you to send ID

sattty

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can anyone recomend a good casino that does not require you to send a load of id in when u try and cash out

i just tired of constantly emailing id to casinos
 

rainmaker

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Yo :)

I do not think that Nordicbet will ask for any docs/ no need to verify your account unless the withdrawal is over a certain amount. Not sure about their limit (€1000-2000 per withdrawal maybe). You may ask their rep here if you are interested.

(this is only to my knowledge and may be different depending on where you live etc)
 

Jasminebed

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All casinos reserve the right to ask you for ID.

Some may not for smaller cashouts. All of them will for large amounts, with "large" varying from property to property.

If you don't have a driver's licence or passport, ID verification can be a struggle. Most require a recent utility bill, which can be a problem for renters, or people who don't have the household bills in their name, or those who use e-bills. Most will accept a bank statement with your address though. You can block out your financial info.

I am pretty sure that 3Dice does not routinely ask for ID... they do their verification behind the scenes. Many MG casinos won't ask for it, but you need to have it in case they do.
 

Jasminebed

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Yo :)

I do not think that Nordicbet will ask for any docs/ no need to verify your account unless the withdrawal is over a certain amount. Not sure about their limit (€1000-2000 per withdrawal maybe). You may ask their rep here if you are interested.

(this is only to my knowledge and may be different depending on where you live etc)

Nordicbet wants a copy of my Passport and Credit Card before accepting a first deposit. IMO that's a better policy than denying a cashout for ID issues.
 

sattty

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i have the IDs..just for once would like to get a cashout without going through the wait and constant emails..

i even had one casino reject the docs cos there wer enot in colour..i mean come on...so then had to go out and get them done in colour...

i find most MG casino require docs..exceptions being 32 red and all slots..there the only 2 i know that dont
 

rainmaker

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Nordicbet wants a copy of my Passport and Credit Card before accepting a first deposit. IMO that's a better policy than denying a cashout for ID issues.

Oki, thanks for info. They probably have slightly different practice based on nationality etc as mentioned.

Yes, that is a good policy. I think that every casino should check ID before first deposit. To much mess occurs when players are asked for ID later.
 

sattty

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gonna give 3d dice ago people on here seem to like it

any suggestions on good slots there ..thanks people
 

Jasminebed

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Not a really big selection of slots at 3Dice, but all of them are quite different.

They offer a tournament mode, where you can play for real money prizes, it's a good place to get a feel for the games and find your favourites without spending a your own funds.
 

sandykauf

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I agree that all casinos should first authorize all security documents before
Allowing people to deposit and play. It seems that way too many casinos
Are using excuses not to pay based on everything under the sun. That"s why
There's no trust anymore and the industry is the worst it's ever been.

I just was reading gg posts and inetbet is not paying people and the rogue casino from

From topgame romecasino claims fraud after player wins over 2k. They don't ever have
To prove a thing. Just claim fraud and it's there way of getting out of everything.

I've been depositing at sportsbooks lately and don't bother with any online casinos for US players because they all have become so corrupt.
 

vinylweatherman

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i have the IDs..just for once would like to get a cashout without going through the wait and constant emails..

i even had one casino reject the docs cos there wer enot in colour..i mean come on...so then had to go out and get them done in colour...

i find most MG casino require docs..exceptions being 32 red and all slots..there the only 2 i know that dont

This a partial solution to your issue. By picking well, and getting verified once, whether or not they ask for documents or use other means, you can build a selection of casinos that will pay your cashouts without you constantly having to send in documents.

Once you have a good enough selection, you can stop trying new casinos as this is what causes all these document requests - every casino wants it's own copy.

Some operators will also carry your verification from one of their sites to other sister casinos in the group, which means only having to get verified once. You can ask in advance before joining a second casino in the group.

Casinos run by UK betting companies are less lilely to request documents from UK players as they will use agencies like Experian to do the basic verification, which in many cases is enough This may be why 32Red have never asked you for documents, they have verified you electronically.

Since you do have the required documents, you are still able to send them if you have an unusually large win, something that can sometimes cause a casino to do a more thorough check.
 

JAMES50

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slotland has never ask for doc's from me and have played there. and received checks from courier many times for the past 10 yrs,,,though the grphics are terrible,(but have improved)
 

ilovejesus

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hi

i deposit with visa debit card, casino that didnt ask for id was 32red dash nedplay ladbrokes betred paddypower bet265 10bet stan james river bell victor chandler purple lounge
 

rainmaker

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i deposit with visa debit card, casino that didnt ask for id was 32red dash nedplay ladbrokes betred paddypower bet265 10bet stan james river bell victor chandler purple lounge

Yes, many casinos who are connected to a sportsbook have traditionally don`t asked for any verification for smaller withdrawal. I mentioned Nordicbet, but their practice is perhaps only for Scandinavians, as many UK based sportsbooks will have this practice only for their UK customers. But several companies have changed this practice in recent time. I think that most casinos/sportsbooks will eventually implement ID verification for any withdrawal. Those companies that for example has applied for a Danish gambling license will also need to tighten up their practice.
 

Osloking

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I had this trouble with spin palace where they told me several times to send a "famous" company, i find it little bit funny as they denied my bill, finally i sent from "famous" company and insurence company bill.

if you open new acount, you could just go to support, get a email to security department and send it right away even if you dint win something, in this way everything go faster for you next time you win :)

32red verify your ID by sosial security number wich takes 5min :)
 

Jasminebed

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I noted from an earlier thread that the OP doesn't have a passport or other picture ID.

While Mr. Green reached a solution satisfactory to you, a very large win at any casino will probably want ID.

If you submit stuff in advance of depositing, I think you'll find they are more lenient in what is acceptable most places. Until quite recently I didn't have a passport, and I still don't have a driver's licence. I understand some of the older UK ones don't have a photo.
 
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