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January 20, 2012, 09:12:19 PM
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I find it hard to belive this considering I have been an amateur gambler for many years and have had to do this for Betfair, SportsInteraction, Bet365, and WilliamHill.
I don't think you understand what this issue is about. Asking for ID or proof of residence is very standard but this has little to do with that. Mt. Gox is asking for Apostille certificated documents, the usual procedure of scanning and sending documents does not apply anymore. These "Apostille" documents require you to go to a local authority and possibly pay a significant fee to get what you need. In some countries it can be difficult to get one even if you wanted to.

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January 23, 2012, 11:43:43 PM
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Re-bought BTC, bought 2 5970 and will sell the rest on Bitmarket.eu.
I won't say "never again", but will certainly try to avoid mtgox from now on.

EDIT: 200 euros withdraw, 158 received. International sucks.

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January 26, 2012, 03:44:25 AM
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Re-bought BTC, bought 2 5970 and will sell the rest on Bitmarket.eu.
I won't say "never again", but will certainly try to avoid mtgox from now on.

EDIT: 200 euros withdraw, 158 received. International sucks.

hi- anything to do with gov, banks, corps etc sucks. we are only still getting involved with their rules because as yet we do not have annonymous BTC outlets- the sooner we have a BTC credit card under our own control and purchace "stuff" with this only -the better in my opinion. reg
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April 19, 2012, 06:11:26 PM
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ETA on SEPA withdraw? Will it ever become an option ?

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April 19, 2012, 06:19:14 PM
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then go read their website! NOOBS! or even this thread!

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April 19, 2012, 06:30:10 PM
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I cant find the answer , maybe I'm blind . So do the world a favor and help a blind man.

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April 19, 2012, 06:47:52 PM
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I cant find the answer , maybe I'm blind . So do the world a favor and help a blind man.
NO, YOU CAN NOT WITHDRAW WITH SEPA ON MTGOX, ONLY DEPOSIT(afaik)

use intersango for sepa transfers.
i have been a huge mtgox fan in the past, but their service sucks now, abandon them and let their bad support hurt their wallets.

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May 07, 2012, 12:32:39 PM
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For example, here's what a forex company wants for supporting documents
http://www.fxcm.co.uk/spread-betting-account.jsp#step2
  • Photocopy of government ID
  • Proof of residence -- recent bills from major utilities
I see no notary-signature required.


The website you quote says:

A proof of residence dated within six months for the address indicated on the application. (PO Boxes are not acceptable.)
Please note that we are unable to accept any statement or bill that has not been received in its entirety. Information such as the billing name and address must be visible, as well as the company that has issued the bill. Your document must not be folded. Payment stubs are not acceptable, as they display limited information. Confidential information, such as an account number(s), may be removed at your own discretion.

Examples of this include a:
• Gas bill• Electric bill• Telephone bill• Mortgage bill• Credit card statement• Bank statement• Current lease agreement



See, they explicitly accept bank statements, while MtGox doesn't, which makes it impossible to verify for a whole lot of people who don't own or lease any house where they pay bills. Actually probably more then half of the worlds population will not be able to satisfy MtGox requirements, look: at every house usually several people live, and only one of them pays the bills. And the rest? Are out of luck for MtGox accounts... I've seen no other financial institution which doesn't accept bank statements for that purpose.

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May 08, 2012, 06:21:30 PM
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What you say is true; but my complaint was the unnecessary requirement to have a notary signature, which is not simple to get and can be expensive.

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