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Money Laundering Regulations 2007
Acceptable documents - Money Laundering Regulations 2007
As a mandatory exercise, 99home is subject to the “Money Laundering Regulations 2007”. This means that we have to obtain and hold identification and proof of address for all customers. Additionally, we are also required to establish whether there are any beneficial owners on whose behalf the transaction or activity is taking place, hence, we would request you to identify anyone who you would consider to be a beneficial owner. Where appropriate, the source or destination of funds may also be requested. Without this information we will be unable to proceed with any work on your behalf. Below is a list of acceptable identity documents. We require sight of all original or certified documents. Subject to your individual circumstances, 99home may liaise with you for further/other documentation.
We will require one document from List A and one recent document from List B dated within the past 3 months.
If you are acting as a Representative of an Estate we require the following:
If you are acting as a Representative of a UK Company we will also require the following:
If you are acting as a Representative of an Offshore Company we will also require the following:
If you are acting as a Representative of a Trust we require the following:
In line with The Money Laundering Regulations 2007, as a regulated profession, we are duty bound to carry out due diligence on all of our clients to confirm their identity. Rather than traditional methods in which you would have to produce multiple utility bills and a photographic ID we use an electronic verification system. This system allows us to verify you from basic details using electronic data, however it is not a credit check of any kind so will have no effect on you or your credit history. By signing this agreement as the seller you understand that we will undertake a search with Experian for the purposes of verifying your identity. To do so Experian may check the details you supply against any particulars on any database (public or otherwise) to which they have access. They may also use your details in the future to assist other companies for verification purposes. A record of the search will be retained.