Verification

Client verification is a confirmation by the client of his identity and residential address. Client verification is part of the AML (anti-money laundering) package of measures that aims to prevent legalization of funds obtained by criminal means. Also, account verification prevents one person from creating multiple accounts with ICE UK for the purpose of causing harm to ICE UK or to other clients.

To complete a verification process, the client needs to prepare the following three documents

Two documents
identifying
personality
+
One document
confirming
address
or
One document
confirming
address
+
Two documents
identifying
personality
Documents that can be provided to confirm the identity: internationally accepted passport (main data page + page with the registration address); ID card; driver's license.
Documents that can be provided to confirm the registration address: a copy of the utility bill, a bank statement or a mobile phone bill

For example, you can provide an ID card, driver's license and bank statement (3 documents in total). Or provide a passport, utility bill and mobile phone bill (also 3 documents in total). Verification of the documents will be conducted during 5 business days with the notification to your registration email.

Copies (scans) of uploaded documents must meet the following requirements:

  • colored, uncut, scanned with a resolution of at least 300 dpi;
  • the file size should not exceed 5 MB;
  • acceptable formats: jpg, jpeg, png, pdf.

Verification is compulsory for all ICE UK clients

The verification procedure consists of three steps:

1
Register on ICE UK website
2
Submit proof of identity and proof of address
3
During the working day the documents will be checked with the subsequent notification to the email
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