On day 25th july I deposited 900€ on bet365 using skrill, I managed to do some bets and withdrew later on the same day.Later on this day I received an email from bet365 stating my withdrawal was rejected by skrill, So I went to check out what was wrong and found I couldnt login into my skrill account.I submitted a ticket and what I got was an email stating my account has been closed and no further explanations, and to withdraw my money from bet365 I would have to contact them to change my withdraw method. However this is not possible according to bet365 terms and conditions, so IM stuck and being stolen by this 2 companies which promote each other to scam their members.They should allow me to withdraw my money to my skrill account and then withdraw the balance to my credit card or bank account.Then they could keep my account closed if they want to, even tough they dont have any reasons for that.I just want my money, because this is not fair, they let me deposit a big amount on the same day and later on dont let me withdraw, which seems like a thief plan from both companies to steal money. [ You are not allowed to view attachments ]
OK excuse me for being blunt here.Skrill think that you are up to no good, either gnoming or using fake details.If you are absolutely legit you need to approach Skrill, then their complaints dept/regulator if necessary and take it all the way.If you are trying it on, neither Skrill or B365 will budge and you will probably never get that money bck.
bet365 should always allow you to withdraw to your bank account, regardless of the deposit methodIf this doesn't work or you don't want to withdraw to your bank account, you can deposit with another method (Neteller?) and try to withdraw all of it to this new methodgood luck
Unfortunately, I can confirm this company is a scam. I have more than 2000 dollars in my account and they won't allow me to withdray it to my bank account, every time they made different excuses to cancel my transactions.Stay away from skrill!!
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