Because its a way to make sure that they are selling to real people and not getting ripped off by stolen cards, not sure where these places are based but it could be a law in their country that games over certain ages need to be backed up by ID, that should always be a way a site operates, I mean kids can go on spending sprees on ipads and parents have no choice but to pay for what they've been charged, so why shouldn't a company protect themselves from fraud or facing penalties for selling something to someone underage.
They ask for ID regardless of the product age rating. Next?
People could do a chargeback regardless, I don't like this practice and I don't use them XD Been using CDKeys for years and only ever been asked to verify my mobile number on my first purchase. There is no need for a site asking you to show your passport details + more identification over a live video call (popcorn)
They are not the same thing. Revolut is an FCA regulated financial institution, a bank if you were. Mmoga is a sketchy website specialising in grey market keys.
Will you please stop implying I have a relationship of some sort with Revolut.