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Methods of verifying the account manager and documentation to activate the proposal

In order for managers to be able to attract investors to their PAMM account or PAMM portfolio, they must confirm the registration details in one of the ways indicated below. Manager verification is carried out once for each myAlpari account.

Managers can verify their identity in one of three ways:

  1. Verification via myAlpari

    To do this you must:

    • Upload the ID documents you used when registering with myAlpari (domestic passport / national ID card / international passport) in the section titled "PAMM manager verification".
    • Upload a full-face selfie along with your ID document open to the front page (the page with your photograph). The photo should be high resolution so that the account manager's face and the contents of the document are clearly visible (the photo must be recognisable and the personal details in the document must be legible).
      Upload a full-face selfie along with your ID document open to the front page
    • Consent to having your personal data verified in the section titled "PAMM manager verification".

    A response regarding your application will be sent within several hours to the email address listed upon registration in myAlpari once all of the conditions are met. The company may request additional documentation based on the findings of the verification process, if necessary.

  2. Verification via Skype

    To confirm your identity using Skype, you need to:

    • Upload a document which confirms your identity to myAlpari.
    • Send a scan or photo of the completed application to [email protected] and a request to confirm your identity via Skype.

    When submitting a request you will need to indicate your Skype contact details, your myAlpari number, and the time at which you will be contactable.

    Attention! Skype verification is only possible if you have a web camera. Company employees will contact you only at the time agreed upon, and only via the Skype name, Alpari_verify.

    A company employee will contact you via Skype using the details that you indicated. During the call, the data provided in the application and the data from the document which confirms your identity will be verified. A picture of you holding the ID document open on the data page will also be taken.

    If contact cannot be made at the agreed-upon time for whatever reason, you will need to create another request.

  3. Send the documents via post.

    If you are unable to complete the verification process via Skype or in myAlpari, you will need to send the original application with a notarised signature to the company by post, in addition to photocopies of the documents indicated in myAlpari.

For individuals:

Managers must complete and sign an application form, providing a copy of the passport or ID attached to the application and upload it to myAlpari.

By post

You must send the application form with a notarised signature and a copy of your ID documents.

The identity verification form is only available in English.

If the official language of your country is a language other than English, you will need to send us notarised translations of your documents in English, in addition to copies of the originals.

For legal entities

To activate a proposal, legal entities must provide the following documents:

  • The application form should contain a notarised signature from an authorised signatory.
  • The passport of the person acting on the company’s behalf (either a director or an authorized representative).
  • A certificate of incorporation legalized with an apostille.
  • An incumbency certificate issued less than a year ago at the time the application was submitted (with an apostille), or a similar document issued by the company’s registered agent or registration authority which contains the following information: the company’s registration details, information about the company’s directors, the company’s address, and the company’s current legal status (“good standing”). This document should be provided by the client once a year.
  • If a representative has been authorized to act on behalf of the company: a power of attorney legalized with an apostille.
  • The memorandum and articles of association.
  • For companies more than a year old: a certificate of good standing legalized with an apostille (this must be provided only if there is no indication of the company’s current legal status in the incumbency certificate).

If the country in which your company is registered does not issue one or more of the documents listed above, give us a call, and we will help sort things out.

You can download the application form to verify the details provided during registration below:

Identity verification form.

If the official language of your country is a language other than English, you will need to send us a notarised translation of the application form as well.

Please note: Alpari will not accept documents if they are illegible or filled out incorrectly. Please also be aware that we will not return documents which are sent to us.

Documents should be sent to Alpari Limited: PO BOX 1510, Suite 305, Griffith Corporate Centre, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

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