Compliance Procedure

Anti- Money Laundering Regulations

In our well-meaning attempt to project trader’s funds, Option500 works according to
Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations. Our compliance department ensures that
all documents required are relevant and update according to international standards.

Trades are required to send all documents (filled and signed) pertaining to

identification/verification procedures to the compliance department on Option500

within a delay not exceeding 24 hours following the funding of their trading account.

Documents to be submitted:

1- Proof of identity– A full colored scanned copy of your passport’ driver license or

a government issued ID card. Kindly make your scanned copy of ID ir clearly


2- Proof of Address– A valid utility bill such as water electricity or gas bill. The bill
should not be more than 3 months old. If you do not possess any utility bill on
your name, please download the Declaration of Address from here.

3- Proof of Payment– Scanned copies of both the back and front of your credit
card. Front Side- please note that the first 12 digits of the credit card can be
hidden. Back side- please make sure the CVV is covered.

4- Declaration Of Deposit– Document will be send after deposit to be singed.


*Be note that your account will be activated after we receive and confirm all above
requested documents.


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