Play on a bookmaker that doesn't accept your country with a residence proof?

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Ryurien
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My question is this: is it possible to register and play on a bookmaker that, for example, doesn't accept Italians, using an Italian document such as a driving license but entering an address of Maltese residences of which you then have proof such as a telephone contract?
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Sandica9
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Should work fine with UK address
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apoel81
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Should work fine with UK address

in uk books accept phone bills or internet bills etc?
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Both these and bank statement. It s funny that in order to have a bank account you need to have an address and in order to have a utility bill you need a bank acct.
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Both these and bank statement. It s funny that in order to have a bank account you need to have an address and in order to have a utility bill you need a bank acct.
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Ok, banks open accounts with phone bill though?
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Sandica9
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Not sure if mobile phone bill is enough. Maybe someone from the UK can help with this
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Both these and bank statement. It s funny that in order to have a bank account you need to have an address and in order to have a utility bill you need a bank acct.
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Ok, banks open accounts with phone bill though?

No, of course not.  Maybe 20 years ago.  You need proof of residence,  not something anybody could get.or fake.
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No, of course not.  Maybe 20 years ago.  You need proof of residence,  not something anybody could get.or fake.

Instead, it's not a problem give to bookmakers "unreliable" bills to bypass residence controls, right?

PS: Are you maybe Italian like me? Vinciguerra is a italian surname of my area ahahah
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