Skrill is a digital multicurrency wallet provider for handling online payments, making transfers and storing money. It is available to any internet user over the age of 18 with a registered email address.
Supporting over 40 currencies, the service is used to make payments and withdrawals across trading, e-commerce and online gaming platforms. Skrill customers can also use their account to transfer funds from their personal bank account to a bank account overseas, send money using only an email address or phone number, and buy and sell cryptocurrency.
Customers in certain locations can obtain a Skrill Card linked to their account. The card lets customers use their account balance to pay in stores or online where Skrill is not listed as a payment option. The Skrill Card can also be used to withdraw cash at ATMs.
Customers who meet certain spending thresholds are offered Skrill VIP membership which includes lower fees, higher transaction limits and dedicated support, among others. Skrill offers a loyalty programme called Knect, enabling customers to earn loyalty points that can be exchanged for cash vouchers.
- Standard Skrill Payments
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