50 dollar bankroll

    • sejova
      sejova
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.12.2009 Posts: 2
      Okay . i did everything right. time for ID vertification . Frist i sent them one sided pictures from ID card and Driver license. They send me back this message :
      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 side of the ID card
      * A photo of the back side of the ID card
      * 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,
      PokerStrategy.com


      So . Im like okay , no problem i make pictures of my id card ( both sides this time then ) . And this should meet requirements. So i sent both card pictures of my id card and then same msg came back. This makes me rly red ?(
  • 1 reply
    • justkyle88
      justkyle88
      Bronze
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 7,596
      Hey sejova,

      Welcome to PokerStrategy.com and the Community.

      I recommend you send support a ticket just to remind them you have sent your details and IDs to them through the email and I'm sure they will be reply asap.
      Please be patient as support have to process a lot of requests for free starting capitals because of PokerStrategy.com's success.

      While you are you waiting, feel free to browse the forums/ask questions/read strategy articles/watch strategy videos and attend coachings.

      Regards,

      Kyle.