It doesn’t take much to get started. In fact, you only need bank ID and some money. Trustly, for example, is not a service you need to download, it’s just there. A casino bankID is the same as a bankID, and it is your bank that issues it for you. This of course means that you must have an account with a Swedish bank.
But what exactly does it take for a Swedish bank to issue you a bankID, apart from an account with them?
- Swedish social security number
- Approved, Swedish ID document
It doesn’t matter which bank issues your bankID, because it works exactly the same for everyone. However, the practical process for obtaining a casino bankID can differ depending on the bank, and therefore we cannot write a guide here – because we do not have accounts with all Swedish banks that use bankID.
App or file on the computer
When you get your casino bankID, you can choose whether to have it as an app on your mobile, or as a file on your computer. We recommend that you download the app from the App Store (iPhone and iPad) or Google Play (most other mobile phones and tablets) because you always have your mobile with you.
When you then have to make it work, as I said, the process differs between different banks, but roughly speaking it involves you logging into your internet bank to get a code that you use in the app, so that the app knows that you are you. Once this is done, just start playing using your casino bankID!
Swedish banks that issue bankID
Most major banks provide mobile bankID. However, keep in mind that bankID and the payment service Trustly are not the same thing. That is, just because you have two banks that both provide bankID, the way they use Trustly may differ. Here is a list of all Swedish banks that issue bankIDs:
- Danish Bank
- Forex Bank
- ICA Bank
- County insurances
- Sparbanken Syd
- The Bank of Åland