I had the same thought. Either they are forced to do this by regulations, or they see this as a way to get money out of customers, perhaps by closing non-compliant accounts and confiscating their balance. I can't see any other motivation other than one of the above, otherwise Neteller just wouldn't want to deal with the additional administrative burden this creates. Judging by their behaviour lately (screwing with the terms of their vegas promotion), it could be that this is just another way for them to get some one-off profits. Boy how I want to see Neteller go down the drain.
So Neteller now want all transaction information from your bank account in order to verify. How long until the books ask for the same?
I was also told earlier "Please be informed that address verification of your account is optional and recommended, but not obligatory." That sounds like an easy way to get yourself in a trap down the line, when it becomes obligatory and Neteller have a large amount of capital in your account.
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