Parimatch AML & KYC
AML is an anti-money laundering policy and user knowledge policy is designed to prevent and mitigate all possible risks of the company being involved in illegal activity. KYC (Know Your Customer) is a mandatory player identification policy. Parimatch is regularly vigilant in the fight against fraud and money laundering and against the financing of terrorism.
This allows the company to minimize reputational, legal, and regulatory risks.
It is also critical to ensure that all registered users and their data are protected and operate in accordance with Indian laws and regulations and recognized global standards.
General AML rules
By registering an account with the Parimatch mobile app or website, the user accepts the AML/KYC policy and agrees to the following rules and undertakes to abide by them:
- The player must provide the company with proof of identity, namely a colored copy of a passport or a national identity card;
- If requested by Parimatch, the user shall provide additional documents such as a copy of a driving license or a utility bill as proof of address;
- When going through the verification process, the user must confirm the mobile phone number;
- The company reserves the right to request additional documentation if necessary.
Withdrawal of funds
Withdrawal of funds is only permitted after verification of identity based on the documentation provided and the completed application form. Withdrawals may only be made via an account of a payment system belonging to the person identified as the owner of the personal profile on this website. Withdrawals to third parties are prohibited. Internal money transfers between users are also impossible.
The company is obliged to pass on user information to financial institutions and law enforcement authorities as required by applicable law and is entitled to do so without obtaining prior consent. The player undertakes to comply with legal regulations, including international laws aimed at combating illegal money transfers, financial fraud, and money laundering.