Post # 1
seriously how can people go through their life with out 100 points of ID?
if you dont drive (therefore no drivers licence) why do you not have an 18+ card?
birth certificate? passport?
medicare card? pension card? credit card? bank card? utility bill? lease?
How can you not have a combination of these things to reach 100points?!?
Post # 3
I’m going to assume this is an Australian thing… So I don’t understand how you get to 100 points.
But how do people go their whole lives without any ID? Most people around here have a drivers license or at least a learner’s permit. Most high schoolers have a student ID (while not state issued, counts for some things). I have an ID card for my university, a passport, a debit card, and of course a birth certificate.
Post # 4
@mepayne: for anything that requires ID we ask for 100 points. and certain things account for a certain amount of points )these points also differ place to place)
so in my work for example for a customer to get a loan they would need a primary piece of ID – birth certificate, drivers Licence (or learners), 18+ card, or passport
proof of Australian residency – birth certificate or medicare card
and a secondary piece of ID 0 bank card, credit card, utility bill, lease, pension card ect
Post # 5
@Pokemon: They ask for basically the same types of things around here. We just don’t call it that. Places just usually list their specific requirements on the paperwork or when you go talk to them. Depending on what it is.