Ready to Get Your Winnings from SpinBit? Here’s How to Verify Your Account!

spinbit verification guide

Essential Steps for Verification

Sort Your Proof of ID

Alrighty, let’s get you sorted. First up, we need to confirm it’s really you. So, flick us a legit ID. And hey, no cheeky photocopies, scans, or snapshots. We need a clear view of the whole thing – all four corners and all.

  • Passport
  • Driver’s License (Oi, remember for NZ licenses, we need a look at the back too, where your expiry date’s hiding.)
  • Government-Issued ID Cards

Verify Your Address

Next on the list – where’s your turf? Shoot us a document that shows us where you’re at. Keep it recent (within the last 180 days) and fully visible, no cropping or cutting corners.

  • Bank Statement
  • Utility Bill
  • Phone Bill
  • Credit Card Statement
  • Insurance Policy
  • Mortgage Statement
  • Tax Declaration

Proof of Payment

Now, for the dosh details. We need proof of your payment methods. Same rules apply – no half-baked photocopies, scans, or screenshots.

For credit card users, show us all the cards you’ve used in the past 6 months. We need the full card in the shot – edges, your name, expiry date, and those critical card numbers (just the first 6 and last 4).

Now, for our ANZ and Kiwi Bank mates, sometimes your name’s not on the card. If that’s you, here’s the drill:

  • ANZ folks: Whip over a PDF of your bank statement with your name and the part of your card number visible in the transaction history.
  • Kiwi Bank crowd: Have a chat with your bank and snag a Proof of Ownership letter that shows you’re the boss of the card ending in XXXX.

Got a question or hit a snag? No drama! Just reach out to the SpinBit Live Support team for a hand with any queries you might have!