Getting verified guide for corporate accounts

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Introduction

This follows on from the Getting verified guide, but will detail the process for corporate accounts. The first five steps are detailed in the Getting verified guide.

Corporate accounts require a little more information, but are more than welcome on Bittylicious.

Step 6 - Company details

Registration page


The first step in the Verification pages details basic information about your company. Please fill in the following details:

  • Business name: The full business name according to the official registry.
  • Registered country: The country in which the company is registered. If you click Other, you will be provided with a list of countries outside the United Kingdom.
  • Company type: The company type. Most "limited" companies not on a stock market come under Private Limited company. Please enter the closest company type according to your jurisdiction.
  • Registration number: The unique registration number according to any official registry, e.g. Companies House. Bittylicious will attempt to auto-detect this if this is a company in England and Wales or Scotland.
  • Formation date: The date in which the company was formed or officially registered.

Step 7 - Company address

Company addresses page


Bittylicious will attempt to fetch information from Companies House if this is an England and Wales or Scotland company. In all other cases, you will need to enter the following addresses:

  • Registered company address: The address at which your company is formally registered.
  • Principle place of business: The address where most of the work for the company is performed.

In many cases, the Principle place of business is the same as the Registered company address, in which case you can tick the Same as registered company address box.

Once the address(es) are entered, please click Update company addresses.

Step 8 - Company people

People page


Again, Bittylicious will attempt to fetch information from Companies House if this is an England and Wales or Scotland company. In all other cases, you will need to enter the following addresses:

  • Primary company officer: The main company officer with signatory power who is signing up for this account. We will need a proof of name for this company officer later on. You will need to enter the Nationality, Country of birth and Date of birth for this officer.
  • Senior company officers: Other senior company officers, e.g. other directors.
  • Ultimate owners: Real people who have 25% or more shares or voting rights.

Primary and senior company officers can also be ultimate owners. If this is the case, click Also an ultimate owner to the right of the officer in question.

In the screenshot above, there are three relevant people:

  • Satoski Nakamoto: Both the primary company officer and an ultimate owner.
  • Hal Finney: A senior company officer only.
  • Dorian Nakamoto: An ultimate owner only.

Once all information has been entered, please click Update company officers.

Step 9 - Mobile phone verification

Mobile phone verification page


Please enter your mobile phone number here including the international prefix, e.g. +44 for the United Kingdom.

Click Add mobile phone number to profile and Bittylicious will send a SMS (text message) to your mobile phone number.

Step 10 - Enter SMS verification code

Mobile phone verification input page


Please enter the SMS code received on your mobile phone into this box and click Verify mobile phone number. In this case, we assume you received the code 2083236893 but you probably received something else.

If you made a mistake with your mobile phone number, you can click Delete mobile phone number to try again. You can only do this a limited number of times.

Step 11 - Company proof of address documentation

Company proof of address page


Here, you will need to upload suitable proof of address documentation for the company. This must be one of the documents that we permit but in general, this is well known statements from well known companies sent to your company's registered address.

You need to select the type of document you are uploading first. Then, you need to click Browse... to choose a file corresponding to a photo of your proof of address. This can also be a PDF downloaded from your provider's website (e.g. a downloaded gas statement).

Once you have selected the document, click Upload proof of address. A yellow progress bar will be displayed, and afterwards, your verification documents will be submitted.

You are also welcome to upload a bank account statement. It is recommended to do this if you have one available.

Step 12 - Director proof of name

Proof of name page


Here, you will need to upload suitable proof of name documentation for the primary company officer. This must be one of the documents that we permit but in general, this is governmental photo ID.

You need to select the type of document you are uploading first. Then, you need to click Browse... to choose a file corresponding to a photo of your ID. Click on the next Browse... button to upload the reverse of the document if appropriate, e.g. for a driving license.

Once you have selected the documents, click Upload proof of name. A yellow progress bar will be displayed, and afterwards, you will be directed to the Proof of address page.

You are also welcome to upload a second proof of name. It is recommended to do this if you have one available, e.g. a passport and a driving license.

Step 13 - Wait for verification

Verification documents are in the queue

Once you have done this, you will see a small, green bar saying that your documents are in the queue for verification.

During the UK working day, this usually takes a few hours maximum. During the night, please expect to wait until the next morning for your documents to be verified.

If anything is wrong with your documents, Bittylicious will detail the reasons in an email which will be sent out. We are friendly, so please feel free to drop our support team an email if you are struggling in any way. We respond very quickly.