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Stripe KYC - verification as a individual person

KYC verification individual

Your account is individual if you have chosen so while registering. Choose individual only if you have not filed paperwork to register as a business entity.

1. Verify your personal details

Name, surname
Email address
Date of birth
Personal address (This address must match the address filed with the UK tax authority. It can be a home address if there is no business address.)
Phone number

2. Add professional details

Your website (If you don’t have a website, enter a social media page, LinkedIn, or other relevant link.)

3. Agree﹠submit

Do not forget to click Agree﹠submit to save all the information.

4. Upload verification documents

Filling previously mentioned information will be enough to set up the billing for your account, however the moment your account will receive bigger volumes of payouts Stripe might require verification of identity or address.

For that reason, once all the information about your account will be processed, go to your dashboard one more time and click on 'Edit' next to the account representative's name.

Go to Edit

Go here to find out which verification documents are acceptable at your country.

Best practice for verification document

Make sure the information on the document are matching the information provided for the Airwallet account
Some forms of documentation require scans of both the front and back of the document. For these, use the document_back parameter to provide the back of the document. Unless explicitly noted, only a scan of the front of the document is required
If uploading picture make sure the picture has good lightning and all the information is easy to read
If uploading scanned document make sure the document is in colour if needed and all the information is easy to read

Updated on: 07/11/2023

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