The NSW Government licensed Classicbet really do hate winners. Here’s what they are asking for if they suspect that you might be somehow inclined to back more winners than losers:
After consideration we have decided to re-open your ClassicBet betting
account subject to the satisfactory completion and return of important
In accordance with this, your account has been temporarily suspended
pending the receipt of these documents required by the ClassicBet
Please complete the attached terms of trade with a Statutory Declaration
as to the bona fides of your betting account.
The completed Statutory Declaration must include the following
information and documents all of which must be verified by an authorised
a. Your full name, address, date of birth, and occupation;
b. ClassicBet pin or account ID;
c. Details and supporting documentation as to whether you operate your
betting account for yourself only, or on behalf of someone else;
d. Details of how you are funding your betting account;
e. Certified copies of the evidence of the source of funds deposited to
your ClassicBet betting account;
f. Certified copies of your last three tax assessments;
g. Certified copies of documents evidencing your current income e.g.
your last 3 employee payslips;
h. Printout of the IP address(es) for the computers used to operate your
i. Details of the mobile phone numbers used to operate your account.
Where a certified copy of a document is required to be attached to the
Statutory Declaration, you will need
to have those documents certified by a Justice of the Peace, Solicitor
or Commissioner for Declarations.
Upon receiving the above information your account will be unsuspended
and available for betting.
ClassicBet Compliance team