Upon your first withdrawal request, you will be asked to submit some documents as proof of identity and proof of address.

The document uploader can be found by clicking on ‘My Account’ and followed by ‘Cashout’. If your account has been previously verified then uploader will not appear.

First, for proof of identity, we need a legible, color copy of any government-issued photo ID (e.g. passport or national ID card) that clearly shows the following:

  1. Photograph of your entire face

  2. Your full name and date of birth

  3. The country in which it was issued

  4. An issue/expiration date (document must be valid)

  5. Passport/MRZ/ID number or equivalent

Next, for proof of address, we need a clear copy of a recent utility bill, bank statement issued by an official service provider, or government-issued correspondence. The utility bill should show your name, residential address, an issue date, and must be no older than three months.

Last, you can select your preferred cashout type: ACH (Automated Clearing House) or Skrill. ACH payment is only available for USA players.
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ACH

You will need to fill in the following 4 fields:

  1. Bank Name

  2. Account Number

  3. Routing Number

  4. Account Type

Followed by uploading a recent bank statement that reflects the above information clearly.

In some cases, we may ask for additional information in order to verify your account. If this happens, we’ll let you know via email what we need from you.

*Note: For USA players, you will be required to fill up a Form W-9, which will be sent to you separately, when you request for your first withdrawal. We will need you to return the form to our finance department before we payout your withdrawal request.
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Skrill

You will need to email your personal details page from your Skrill account to cashout@tradeoff.com

To do so, please go to your Skrill account, then go to Settings > Personal details.


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