Not a registered entity in India, How can I get my KYC done?

Not a registered entity in India, How can I get my KYC done?

If you are not a registered entity in India, there is no need to worry at all. You can get your KYC verified, but we would require the following details: 

  • Passport 

  • Bank Details 

  • Details used for verification and authorization in your country 

And we would approve your account basis that, in case you have more questions relating to this, request you to kindly reach us out at 

Note: If you feel that we missed out on something then, please let us know at and we’ll definitely put it up here.

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