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Username: [EDIT], account: [EDIT]
I opened my account with my old address as most of my documents bare this address [EDIT]
However I was in the process of moving to a new house but did not know when I will get bank statements with the new address. When I wanted to make a withdrawal, betathome asked for my documents and I sent MY ID card, myself holding my ID card, my bank statement with my old address [EDIT]. As this statement was dated June-July, they asked for a newer statement so luckily i received my bank statement with my new address [EDIT].
They blocked my account because of this saying that this address is different from the one I used to register my account. I asked them to update my address but they refused, blocked my account and confiscated my funds. This is unfair as i can change address anytime.
This is the last email they sent me:
Thank you for your enquiry.
During the verification process, we noticed irregularities with the documents you provided us with. We would like to inform you that when customers open accounts with us, they are obliged to register with their correct details.
Since you breached our General Terms and Conditions (Specifically: section 2.2.3), your account will remain closed and your funds will not be reimbursed. Please be informed that the gaming contract between you and the company is, therefore, terminated and we cannot assist you any further.
We wish you all the best for your future.
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Bet-At-Home - would not verify my account and pay because of change of my address
Posted by zakiossa51
October 30, 2017
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October 30, 2017