Sportsbook asks Skrill user to provide copy of credit card
A 1XBet Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) player has written SBR asking the following question: Is it normal for 1XBet staff to ask for a copy of a credit card and bank statement, even if the deposits all came through Skrill?
Normally a Skrill statement showing the transaction in question would establish that the player's Skrill account is legitimately in his or her possession.
However, as sportsbooks continue to evolve with their Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations, it is not out of the realm of normalcy for such a request to be made.
However, 1XBet Sportsbook is a betting site that users have submitted numerous complaints against, and holds just a D- rating with Sportsbook Review, so what typically amounts to standard operating procedure may actually be a delay tactic or eventual excuse not to pay from the blacklisted betting site.
1XBet players in need of assistance should submit a sportsbook complaint form.
Players searching for a list of sportsbooks that accept Skrill can find this data using the sportsbook rating guide.