SETU Landlord Verification
Welcome SETU landlords, please verify your identification and proof of address prior to going live on the SETU.
Simply follow the 3 step process outlined below to verify your identification, upload your proof of address and confirm your submission. We have outlined instructions below as well as a comprehensive FAQ section at the bottom of this page.
We will be in touch post submission and please don’t hesitate to contact us should you require any assistance.REQuest Support
How it Works
1. Verify your Identity
Click the link at the end of this paragraph to securely submit your identification and complete the liveness test. All identification documentation is encrypted and will be automatically destroyed post verification.
Click the green button below to submit your documents.Verify your Identity
2. Upload Proof of Address
The second step in the process requires you to upload your proof of address. Valid proof of address consist of a utility bill within 6 months old.
Simply upload a photo or copy of your proof address. Please do not upload any identification documentation.
CLICK HERE to upload your proof of address.
3. Confirm your Submission
Please complete the form below to confirm your submission.
We will be in touch to confirm next steps.
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