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Postal address verification

The procedure of actual postal address verification is used to confirm the data specified in the WebMoney member's WM-passport concerning his place of residence. There will be a sign displayed in the passport of a member, as well as on the pages for placing bids and opening trust limits in the Trust Service, notifying that the address is verified. This fact is also taken into account when calculating the parameters of a trust limit by the Scoring Automat.

You can verify your postal address:

To verify a postal address a member of the System should:

Postal address verification is only available for the owners of formal (and higher) passports. If you have an alias passport, you should first receive a formal passport (issued free of charge on the Verification centre website after entering your personal data).

Please note, that the letter sending service is free of charge.

Verifying the postal address on the Verification centre website.

1 Log in at the Verification Centre using your WMID. On the control panel go to “Contact Information” and click "Address verification" next to the postal address.

2 You will be offered to verify your postal address. If the address is correct, click "Mail a letter"

3 A paper letter with a verification code consisting of numbers and latin letters will be sent to you using the WebMoney Letters service. The successful dispatch will be confirmed by a message like this:

4 Wait until you get the paper letter and enter the verification code on the Verification centre website

Verifying the postal address in WM Keeper Standard or WebMoney Keeper app

To verify your postal address in WM Keeper Standard (or in the WebMoney Keeper app), follow these steps:

1. Login to WM Keeper Standard
2. Go to the Settings menu item, select Account tab — click "Edit" icon.

3. You will be offered to verify your postal address. If the address is correct, click "Save" button.

4. Click "Send message with code"

5. A paper letter with a verification code consisting of numbers and latin letters will be sent to you using the WebMoney Letters service. Wait until you get the paper letter and enter the verification code.

An example of the verifying letter