Account information and ID requirements

To buy bullion from The Perth Mint for delivery or click and collect, you will need to have an account. In many cases, account set-up can be completed online within a couple of minutes to place orders up to AUD 2,000. 

To place orders for more than AUD 2,000, we will need to verify your identify in accordance with Australian Anti -Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing regulations.

You will receive an email when your account is verified or a request for further action if more information is required. For more information about upgrading your account and verification, contact:

Customer Operations
For new accounts, changes to existing accounts and verification.
Available 7.30am-5pm weekdays AWST

What we need to verify your identity

This will vary depending on what type of account, such as individual, sole trader, Australian company, non-Australian company, trust, super fund, partnership or association. It will also vary depending on which country you are in.

1. Account holder details

We will need your name address, date of birth and contact details.

2. Identity verification

Provide details of requested documents such as driver’s licence or passport (these vary from country to country). Only for orders over AUD 2,000.

3. Credit card details

Complete the Contract Completion Guarantee, which includes providing us with your credit card details.

4. Terms and conditions

Read and agree to our Terms and conditions.

Other ID and account requirements

Forms

Select from the forms below, noting that the ID requirements vary between forms and account types. Please ensure your account name matches your identification.

How to submit forms and ID

The Customer Operations Team will provide a secure link to submit forms and identification. If you have not received a link already, please contact the team for further assistance.

Customer Operations
For new accounts, changes to existing accounts and verification.
Available 7.30am-5pm weekdays AWST

Certified identification documents

A certified/notarised copy means a document that has been certified/notarised as a true copy of an original document.

Where are my driver’s licence and card numbers?

Did you know your driver’s licence has a licence number and a card number? The location of these numbers varies, depending on the Australian state of issue.