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Crucial Steps for Verification

Sort Out Your ID Proof

Alright, let’s get cracking. Time to prove who you are. Whip out a legit form of ID – no photocopies or half-pie shots, please. We need to see it clear as a bell, all corners and all.

  • Passport
  • Driver’s License (And hey, for the Kiwi licenses, don’t forget to show us the backside too – that’s where the expiry date’s hiding.)
  • Government-issued ID Card

Verify Where You’re At

Now, where’s your nest? We need something that shows your address. Keep it recent (not older than 180 days) and make sure it’s the whole kit and caboodle in the frame.

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

Proof of Payment

Onto the nitty-gritty – showing us your payment proof. No dodgy scans or screenshots, full deal only.

Been using a credit card, eh? Show us each one you’ve used over the last 6 months. We need to see the whole card – edges, your name, expiry date, and the important numbers (just the first 6 and the last 4 digits).

If you’re with ANZ or Kiwi Bank and your card’s missing your full name, here’s your play:

  • ANZ customers: Grab a PDF bank statement that shows your name and part of your card number in the transaction history.
  • Kiwi Bank customers: Best to yarn with your bank for a Proof of Ownership letter. Make sure it confirms you own the card ending in XXXX.

If you hit a snag or have a question, no dramas! The SpinBit Live Support team is ready to lend a hand with any queries you’ve got!