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How to sign up for a Personal eWallet Account

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Every user on the NetCents exchange must have an account to buy or sell cryptocurrencies. To quickly set up your NetCents account, follow the steps below: 


Step 1. Sign up for an account at: www.net-cents.com/personal/sign-in

Step 2. Complete the fields and provide all requested information.
Read the Terms and Conditions and check the acknowledgement box. Click the button 'Create Account'.

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Step 3. Confirm your accounby clicking the link in the email. 
If you don’t see an email in your inbox, check your spam folder.

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Step 4. You will be prompted to log in to your account. 
Enter your email, click next and then enter your password.

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Step 5. You now have guest access to the platform. 
To unlock all features, click the get verified’ button to start the verification process.

Step 6. Get Verified.
Select the documents you want to use for the identity verification process.

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Step 7. Enable camera permissions.
Take a picture of your ID (both front and back).

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Step 8. Follow the prompts to scan your face. 

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Step 9.  Finish the account setup.
Fill out your address, upload a utility bill and select your security questions.

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Step 10.  Follow the prompts to set up two factor authentication.
You can pick either email verification or google authenticator. 

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Step 11.  Submit application and wait for approval.
Validating your documents can take up to 10 minutes. We will send you an email when the process is done. Once you receive the approval you can go ahead and use our platform with all it’s features.

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If we fail to verify your documents, please contact our customer support and they will help you through our manual verification process.

support@net-cents.com

 

 

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