SKRILL

Overview

Rank
9.23/10
Based on 21 Reviews
Position in Rating
3
Since 06 August, 2015
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«I Trust» 0% (0) Standart 100% (21) «Scam Alert» 0% (0)
Official Name
SKRILL
Offices in
United Kingdom, United States of America, Austria, Sweden
Business nature
Payment System, Software Provider
Year founded
2001
Services
instant deposits, withdrawals & payouts, prepaid cards, processing of credit/debit cards
Official Website
Official e-mail
Phone numbers
+44870383076

Electronic payment system Skrill (originally Moneybookers) was registered on June 18, 2001 in London. The company is considered one of the leaders in field of payments related to online casinos, poker, sports betting and other services in the online gambling industry. Skrill - one of the minority electronic payment systems, which is offered as payment for users of the eBay auction. The system is easy to use and manage your electronic purse, you can quickly and securely make payments, buy goods and services online and withdraw funds to credit and debit cards. Among the largest partners of Skrill there are such brands as Thomas Cook, eBay.com, Skype and others.

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English, Spanish, Russian, German, French, Chinese, Czech, Italian, Polish, Turkish, Romanian

SKRILL Reviews

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26 May, 2018

Mohamed Saad from Egypt

7

Hello I am verified at skrill i am using skrill since it was moneybookers with no any problem i am depositing and sending money with no problem also i am withdrawing money to my bank in Egypt and they sent the money to my Bank less than 6 hours

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29 March, 2018

peter kanyuira from Kenya

skrill is a scam use it if you do not love your money they blocked my account for no apparent reason even after giving them my verification document they shut it with all my freelancing funds very useless i repeat do not use skrill it is a scam

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29 March, 2018

peter kanyuira from Kenya

1

skrill is a scam use it if you do not love your money they blocked my account for no apparent reason even after giving them my verification document they shut it with all my freelancing funds very useless i repeat do not use skrill it is a scam

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05 February, 2018

Emir Budalica from Bosnia And Herzegovina

1

If it works, it works. If it doesn't, no one is going to help you. Their customer service is not terrible. It would have to exist to be terrible.

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30 January, 2018

Carl-Philippe Brenner from France

Very bad service. High fees and mostly unreliable. I deposited some money, then account blocked. Customer support not answering for 2 weeks. I needed to move the money. Got an answer after sending messages on Twitter and Facebook. I replied, then no answer. It's been 2 weeks. Total 1 month, problem still not solved, money blocked.

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30 January, 2018

Carl from France

Very bad service. High fees and mostly unreliable. I deposited some money, then account blocked. Customer support not answering for 2 weeks. I needed to move the money. Got an answer after sending messages on Twitter and Facebook. I replied, then no answer. It's been 2 weeks. Total 1 month, problem not solved, money blocked.

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30 January, 2018

Lili Dinos from Cuba

1

Very bad service. High fees and mostly unreliable. I deposited some money, then account blocked. Customer support not answering for 2 weeks. I needed to move the money. Got an answer after sending messages on Twitter and Facebook. I replied, then no answer. It's been 2 weeks. Total 1 month, problem not solved, money blocked.

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18 January, 2018

Sandeep yadav from New Zealand

If possible avoid SKRILL, they charge 7.5 % of your money if you withdraw your money. Also charge without your consent Poor customer service, slow response to emails Their exchange rates are also questionable. Complete rubbish

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12 December, 2017

Annelies from Belgium

1

The Skrill payment system is very sensitive for phising and scamming, Skrill is one of the biggest enablers of digital crime and money laundring. Instead of doing something about it, they support it and sponsor it, since they are making money from it. It's not strange that they changed their bad name, Moneybookers, to Skrill, in order to erase their criminal past, but they have just started over... WARNING: Do not trust their platform, you are running the risk of losing all your money!

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29 September, 2017

Gwen from Canada

1

I opened an account with skrill and added my visa debit card and bank account details, they asked me to verify my visa debit card, which they withdraw an unknown amount and you tell them and I did that correctly. I then deposited approx $499. When I attempted to deposit more money my bank blocked my account to protect me. My bank telephoned me asked me about skrill since they had not heard about them. I explained to my bank to the best of my ability what Skrill was. When I went to deposit money after the issue with my bank was done Skrill had blocked me and return the balance in the skrill account without communicating with me. I contacted them via phone and they would not tell me why and they told me to wait for an email. I never got the explanation why they had blocked me but requested I send a statement for my debit card showing the debit card number. I explained to them that I am unable to provide a statement with my debit card number because the debit card is part of my chequing account and that only reflects my account number ( the same account I had registered on the skrill account) I even went to the extent of sending them a bank stamped statement with the amounts they had returned via the debit card and was now sitting in my account. That did not convince them. I sent them emails explaining how the bank account works and even sent pictures of the bank cards attached to the account to no avail. I talked to my bank and they could not assist me. Out of frustration I closed my account. Unfortunately the vendor I need to send and receive money from uses Skrill and requested I open a skrill account. I requested that the reopen the skrill and was declined which I am okay with but to insinuate lying and fraud is wrong. I have a PayPal account I have never been asked to provide my picture with my government ID or proof of residence and yet I use the same account and card that I sent to skrill only to be accused of lying and fraud.Really?? If I wanted to defraud would I send my address and picture of myself? I challenge skrill to contact my bank and research about the type of chequing account the bank has and what cards come with the account. I feel they failed to do their research. And to accuse the customer of lying and fraud about something they know nothing about. If my bank had not heard of skrill before I am very doubtful skrill knows any of the products the Canadian bank offer and I think they need to know that information to be able to provide a good service to Canadians. At this present moment I will not recommend skrill to anyone. I am very disappointed with their service.

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