How to Create and Verify your Bet365 Accounts

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What ID Proofs do you need:

You need two documents to create and play in Bet365 successfully. The first one is your Identification proof, the other one acts as your address proof. Any proof that you are going to provide, take a scan and keep it ready.

Bet365 accepts photographs of the proofs as well. If the images are not clear they will ask you to re-send it. So scans are better. Send photos only if Bet365 customer care asks for it specifically.


ID Proofs

Minimum 1 from the following three Government issued IDs. If you have two or more, your task is easier.

Note: Aadhar Card is mostly rejected as ID proof.

  1. Passport
  2. Driver’s License
  3. PAN Card

Address Proofs

  1. Passport
  2. Driver’s License (If it shows your address)
  3. Bank Statement
  4. Utility Bill (Internet Connection Bill or Postpaid Mobile bills)

Note: Bank statements received through mail or downloaded from your bank’s website are far better than utility bills .


Follow these steps to create your account:

1. Click here to go to Bet365 or Click on any of the Banners in this page.
2. Choose “Join Now” on the top right corner on the screen
3. Enter your First Name, Last Name and Date of Birth
4. Enter your address as in your address proof (Read through the verification process before deciding your ID and Address proof)
5. Check your ID proof and Address proof while filling out Steps 3 and 4 (Do not make any mistakes as your account might get locked)
6. Enter your email ID and mobile number (They email you and they also call in case of issues. Never give fake details)
7. Choose a Login ID and Password
8. Enter a 4 digit Security code of your choice (Never forget this number. Without this you cannot approach customer care)
9. Choose Currency as INR and complete your registration

Follow these steps to verify your account:

  1. Go to Members Area
  2. Click on “Know Your Customer” section
  3. Choose your ID and address proofs
    • If you have All three IDs (Passport, PAN Card and Driver’s License)
      • Use your PAN Card or Driver’s License as ID proof. Keep Passport as address proof
    • If you have two IDs (Passport and any 1 of PAN Card/Driver’s License)
      • Use your PAN Card/Driver’s License as ID proof. Keep Passport as address proof
    • If you have two IDs (Only PAN Card and Driver’s License)
      • Use PAN card as ID proof
    • If you have only one ID
      • Use it as ID proof
  4. Upload the front and back scan copy of your ID proof. Make sure the scan quality is good and the image is clearly readable. This will initiate verification Step 1
  5. Choose your address proof
    • If you have All three IDs (Passport, PAN Card and Driver’s License)
      • Use Passport as address proof
    • If you have two IDs (Passport and any 1 of PAN Card/Driver’s License)
      • Use Passport as address proof
    • If you have two IDs (Only PAN Card and Driver’s License)
      • Use Driver’s license as address proof (Some states don’t show address in DL. In that case you can’t use DL)
    • If you have only one ID
      • Get your Bank Statement / Utility bill and scan it.
  6. To start the verification Step 2.
    If you are providing
    • Another Government ID as address proof: Scan it and upload it in Verification Step 2 section.
    • Bank statement or Utility Bill: Email the scans to documents@bet365.com from your registered email ID. In the mail content mention the Login ID and 4 digit security code.
  7. If nothing works for Step 2, then choose Postal Verification. Bet365 will send a letter with 6 digit verification code to your address. Once the letter is received fill it in Postal Verification section to complete the process

This article primarily helps Indian customers to create and verify the Bet365 accounts. Generally these steps are same for people from other countries also.


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