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Yorgos1
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« on: March 16, 2016, 12:40:17 PM »

Hello team,

The reason I open this topic  is the delay that occurs in skrill verification procedure. After the huge problem of resetting all the password of its customers, skrill  has been made ”slower” on verifying new accounts ID. In some cases skrill never answers after the uploading of the documents.

I know that from the coming Summer, skrill and neteller will share the same platform. I am just wondering whether or not Skrill is pushing “new players” to Neteller from now on. I cant find any other explanation for its latest practice. The previous years  Skrill was for me a valuable tool, as it was very quick , reliable and I had no problem with transfers among “friends”, withdrawals and so on.

From the other hand,  Neteller is verifying very quick with less documents (only an id card) . My question to the forum (especially to the users that have used Neteller more and  as their basic digital wallet) is clear: Should I trust them as Skrill ? Are they blocking accounts when they see many transfers? Do they ask for more Documents  or methods of verification except  the initial one ? What I should be careful on..

Are there any other alternative  reliable tools -such as entropay  for example, bet365 uses this method- that I should based on? Thank you.
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« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2016, 12:48:56 PM »


I know that from the coming Summer, skrill and neteller will share the same platform.

Thats an interesting development.
Anyone has any thoughts as to how this will play out?
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« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2016, 04:15:38 PM »

Yorgos, I strongly suggest you follow our fast verification lane. You can read in the appropriate thread how this story evolved for our members.
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« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2016, 12:37:19 PM »

My sons neteller + mine were  restricted, during January, for a week or so. This caused inconvenience. The reason was: they said they were vetting ALL UK accounts at the same time, hence why the procedure took so long. Maybe this is what skrill are doing? IMO they should have staggered the restrictions, to avoid inconveniences
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