Casumo asking for source of wealth

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Have a zero balance, not played there for 6 weeks, since I decided to stop playing at any online casino due to the very reason of being asked to provide "source of wealth" intrusive info.

Im gonna love filling in this form. Gonna put "if I tell you I will have to kill you, so Im afraid I cant disclose it" They may close my account lol
 

KasinoKing

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It's really getting ridiculous what casino's are asking you to provide with info. Never any casino staff member in real life asked me my source of income.
It's not quite as intrusive as it may sound.
I've had to give this info a couple of times, and all I had to say was what my job is. You don't have to say where you work or how much you earn.
As long as it's just that, I'm OK with it.

KK
 

TheSam469

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Where UK players are concerned, the UKGC is asking casino's to be diligent when players are depositing high amounts. This is to anticipate problem gamblers should there be any. If you can afford to gamble, just prove you can. A payslip normally does it.
 

Full tilt

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As KasinoKing says above: I've had SOW requests from Casumo, Dunder and Slotty Vegas so far and all they have asked for is income, job description etc which I am quite happy to provide. When a casino starts wanting to trawl through my bank statements that is when I will close my account with them as I'm not going to have my finances put under the microscope for the sake of a £40 deposit where I'm hoping to strike lucky on Bonanza at 40p a spin!
 

pinnit2014

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It's not quite as intrusive as it may sound.
I've had to give this info a couple of times, and all I had to say was what my job is. You don't have to say where you work or how much you earn.
As long as it's just that, I'm OK with it.

KK
Found that is their first port of call in many instances. Unfortunately iv them found it followed shortly afterwards (in most cases) with requests for bank statements, previous winnings etc (only exception was Videoslots who stopped at the first lot)
 

brianmon

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Found that is their first port of call in many instances. Unfortunately iv them found it followed shortly afterwards (in most cases) with requests for bank statements, previous winnings etc (only exception was Videoslots who stopped at the first lot)
Exactly...
SOWs aren't like KYC. You don't just pass the test, and that's everything sorted.
Casinos retain the option to request more and more information as time goes on for SOWs.
So all those players who think they've covered everything which has been requested. Might have a nasty surprise in the near future.
 

dunover

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I have a DNA printout, retinal scan image and fingerprints all ready along with my receipts from supermarkets and petrol stations all logged for the last 6 months and mortgage/bank statements and tax receipts plus those of my 5 nearest relatives so I may just get away with it.
 

Deeplay

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It's not quite as intrusive as it may sound.
I've had to give this info a couple of times, and all I had to say was what my job is. You don't have to say where you work or how much you earn.
As long as it's just that, I'm OK with it.

KK
You must have been lucky then as Rizk wanted full break downs from me - totally intrusive - I had to fight them not to give information of my clients. Its ridiculous for casinos who have had a player for years to suddenly pull this. And all on withdraw.
 

colinsunderland

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It's not quite as intrusive as it may sound.
I've had to give this info a couple of times, and all I had to say was what my job is. You don't have to say where you work or how much you earn.
As long as it's just that, I'm OK with it.

KK
Thats the basic one. Wait till you get the proper one where they expect to see your full affiliate earnings, including screenshots of your affiliate backends, even though you are breaching your affiliate agreement by doing so (and yes I did have a casino ask me that). When I pointed out if another casino asked me to do that and I sent my screenshots for the casino asking for the SoW, they told me I couldn't do that because I would have my account closed for disclosing my earnings to a rival casino. So they got told where to go.
 

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