Last night I was a complete idiot and fell for a scam in which the guy asked me to give him money through [Bitcoin.com](https://Bitcoin.com). Basically he claimed he was a representative from Valve who said my Steam account got falsely banned, and in order to prove my innocence I had to “verify my purchases” by sending him money as bitcoin.
He linked me to [Bitcoin.com](https://Bitcoin.com), then gave me his email and wallet info to input, and then the website proceeded to ask for a pic of the front and back of my driver’s license info and a selfie before I paid. Fortunately I was able to call my bank and have my account reset so that the scammer wouldn’t use that new info (plus the bank may have had the transactions cancelled, but idk), but I’m worried about my driver’s license info being up on the site.
Does anyone who has purchased bitcoin on [Bitcoin.com](https://Bitcoin.com). know if the user has access to that driver’s license info on their [bitcoin.com](https://bitcoin.com) account, or is that simply just a way for the site to verify the purchase?? Please let me know as this has been stressing me out for the past two days. I know I’m probably gonna get comments saying that I was stupid to fall for this and rightly so, but I would really like to get some answers so that I can take the proper precautions. Thanks!