« Reply #14 on: September 24, 2014, 01:27:21 AM »
It might also depend on the amounts you're withdrawing and it certainly depends on the method.
It's easy to send money straight back to a credit card for instance but bank deposits incur more risk for the bookies.
In certain countries, like Sweden, they can ID you from a number similar to an Orwell-like number government issue/tax file number that gives them everything they need to know about you, so they don't even ask for any more details than that. At least from what I've heard.
They all have the right to ask for documents, even if they dont ask at first they might ask later.
10bet asks for documents. I have always been paid from them but general opinion is that they are not a safe bookie to mess with.
My experience with 10bet in particular is that they appear very attractive because they often have lots of good arbs but they limit to the ground VERY quickly (way more aggressively than usual) or they outright ban... I forget what their specific policy is but I'd recommend avoiding them wherever possible. They're just a headache in general.
Im thinking in register in bookies that are closed to my country by using a uk proxy for example. I try it, and using it its posible to register from my country. The problem its if when i want to withdraw they ask me for documents. Pinacle dont do it, so i m looking for other bookies like pinnacle.
You're taking on way more risk doing this than I'd feel comfortable with, or feel comfortable advising... At bare minimum, you should try and get yourself an address in other countries first AND make sure to use a good quality paid for VPN (as opposed to using a public proxy) and that covers you much more in terms of staying safe with your cash.
Public proxies might pose a security risk to your personal information and books that have terms prohibiting specific countries often do so because of legalities concerning those particular countries.