Hi all, What do you do when an affiliate program asks you to send a copy of your passport and a utility bill in order to receive your commissions? I had a program ask me for this last month, and it happened to me again this morning with a different program. This is unacceptable, IMO. I run a business -- I am NOT a player -- I am not cashing out "winnings" -- so what's up with asking for proof of my identity? Paying affiliate commissions is a marketing expense for the company -- not a case of paying winnings to a player. Companies pay other companies all the time without demanding passports or utility bills from the receiving entity, so why do certain online casinos treat affiliate commissions as if it is a player trying to collect winnings? My first problem was solved by switching the receiving bank account to my U.S. business account. (I did not supply a copy of my passport.) The second issue remains open -- I will update this thread when I hear more (probably tomorrow). Just curious, though -- if you have been in this situation, what did you do?