50 $ bankroll question.

    • sejova
      sejova
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.12.2009 Posts: 2
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      Hello,

      in order to prevent fraud attempts, PokerStrategy requires its members
      to undergo a tightened identity check before receiving the starting
      capital.

      For this we need the following photos from you:

      * A photo of the front and back side of the ID card
      * A document confirming your address
      * A photo of your face alongside your ID card
      (i.e. hold your ID card next to your face when taking this photo.)

      All photos have to be sharp and clearly recognisable, only then
      can a fast processing and faster transfer of starting capital be
      ensured.
      The photos will naturally be deleted and not be used further after being
      viewed.

      Thank you for your understanding. We hope to soon receive your email
      with the photos attached.
      Please send it to the following email address:
      security@pokerstrategy.com

      Best regards,
      your PokerStrategy Team

      This was sent back to be after i sent there this picture:
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      It should be enough of showing proving myself . Re applie message to me was quite wierd , they didnt told me what was wrong.
  • 2 replies
    • blairestorm
      blairestorm
      Bronze
      Joined: 22.04.2009 Posts: 20
      Originally posted by sejova

      For this we need the following photos from you:

      * A photo of the front and back side of the ID card
      * A document confirming your address
      * A photo of your face alongside your ID card
      (i.e. hold your ID card next to your face when taking this photo.)
      If that picture is what you sent them, then the problem is:
      1 - You did not scan the back of your ID
      2 - Both your IDs have no address on them
      3 - You did not send them a photo of you holding your ID next to your face.
    • EagleStar88
      EagleStar88
      Bronze
      Joined: 06.10.2008 Posts: 7,359
      Hi sejova,

      blairestorm is correct. Please ensure that you supply everything that the customer support team ask for to enable a succesfull application.

      I would recommend that you only provide your ID documentation to our support staff and not post publically in the forum for your own protection and to safeguard your identify.

      Best regards,


      Bart