Despite the fact that KYC verification is not mandatory, we recommend passing it to increase your limits.
In order to expedite this process, we have compiled a list of helpful tips to help you avoid common obstacles and errors of identity verification:

Unsupported ID: Users should also make sure they are selecting the proper document type and following the instructions of what photos to upload. The instructions will say to take a picture of the front or back of the ID. For passports, users should take a picture of the entire passport. If a user is uploading a passport the system may reject the document if the picture does not include the entire passport. The ID must be accepted by Jumio's verification system. The type of identification accepted can vary between countries.

Unreadable IDs: If an ID is not readable or otherwise unable to be verified as a legitimately issued government ID, users will fail verification. Please ensure that the picture of the government-issued ID is clear. Do not black out any information or watermark submitted items. All the document images need to be unaltered. Another common reason for unreadable IDs is glare from a hologram or plastic cover. The ID must be accepted by Jumio's verification system.

Non-Latin characters on the Government IDs: There are some countries where government IDs do not support the Latin character set. For these IDs, there are additional steps that KYC epartment will need to take to verify the information on the ID, often including manual intervention. To ensure a timely review process, please use international passports as these documents support Latin characters. If your passport or ID does not have Latin characters, after uploading your “selfie” and document, you must open a support ticket to that SBC Bank agent can override this error. Please provide your full name in your native language on the ticket for the agent to verify.

Do not open multiple support tickets for ID verification: If users open multiple tickets for the same ID verification issue, it delays the process due to needing to resolve the redundant requests.