Can someone advise of somewhere I can register without the need for photo ID, I play at GUTS, LADBROKES BGO and 32red, all fully verified but I want to open some new accounts and the photo ID is becoming problematic
Thanks for replies guys, ultimately I am looking for a casino that gives nice deposit bonuses, Guts are too mean , I would like to play somewhere that has multiple platforms
I might try Casumo
Luckily I got a Provisional Licence at the end, As gameboy pointed out it will save alot of trouble, And with the new U.K regs they have to KYC
I was only asked once when I didnt have a photo and that was on MrGreen, They went out there way to help me out but it was a long thing, Had to download a form, sign it along with two other people sig and copy of there photo I.D,
£50 for a Provisional Licence, Pretty dam easy to get one, Pic up a form from local post office, Even they have a photo booth now days, I will tell you something it will be the best 50 squids you ever spent
Just do not go buying cars like I did and get them impoundded, albeit I was insured, taxed, I was even parked up, but the police assumed I was driving with a banned driver? No one was next to me as they was in the shop, Cannot wait to go to court on this one, I may have been driving with someone who has not got a license but how do they that? Thats the reason they have to actually pull you over while driving,
They just wanted to do a wrong one to me,
This is not an easy way for people with a medical condition that prevents them from driving, as DVLA won't issue even a provisional.
As for your odd case, surely carrying a banned driver as a passenger isn't an offence, yet they were in the shop and you were in your car and fully taxed and insured to drive it. Sometimes though, a persistent offender will be placed under covert surveillance, so this is one way the police might have known who was with you, even though they were in the shop.
I only hold a profis mate, No covert operation going on albeit I was most likely spotted, But the law states they have to catch you driving, Even if I was seen with a banned driver next to me than how do they know it was me driving? at that time,
Hense they have to see you driving at the time of the offence, I had two people in the back and no one in the front, I was parked up around the corner from the shop, police drove towards me and turned around, At this time I took the keys gave them to a mate then went into shop, Only than the police see me speaking to somebody they thought was sitting next to me,
NO PROVE, They could not even get me of being in charge of the vehicle as they took the keys from my friend,
I think you might get off with this due to the fact he wasn't in the car, but from memory the offence is being in control of the car, you don't have to be driving. I think, and again, this is from memory, if the keys are in the ignition thats enough for a conviction. Having said that he wasn't in the car so unless they have CCTV I think it might be hard to prove
Looked every where for CCTV and nothing, unless of course there hidden cams, I had my car dash cam running, So this will show the police coming towards me, so they canot lie and say they followed me,
I was not even in control of the motor, As they took the keys from my mate, Learned that one long time ago
I think you might be the victim of a police tactic sometimes known as "disruption", where they hassle those they have had dealings with in the past with the purpose of disrupting anything dodgy they MIGHT be doing, even though they have no proof. Sometimes this can involve dishing out minor charges and fixed penalties that if it were anyone else they would not even bother speaking to them. They know that SOMEONE drove that car to the shop, but they can't prove WHO, but they can ferret out a few minor offences, such as no L plates as they know you didn't have a full license, and they probably knew the two mates in the back didn't either, and they then assumed that if the other guy was a banned driver and you had a provisional, there is no way the car could legally have been driven there. A banned driver can't supervise a learner, hence if you had driven, you did so unsupervised. They would have done you for that if they had actually caught you driving.