SKRILL
Skrill (Money Transfer)
        
Skrill is a leading international payment system and offers a money transfer service. You can send money online instantly around the world - all you need is an email address and to register free with Skrill. You can even collect money via email. Skrill offers low cost, fast and secure money transfers to friends and family or your own bank account, home or abroad. You can send and receive money to over 200 countries; whether you decide to send money back home to your family and friends, or even to small businesses!
Location: Worldwide
Advantages:
1. Payments are in "real-time" - in other words instant
2. No other details such as bank account are required - just an email address
3. Financial information is kept safe
4. Clear fees and fee calculator
Disadvantages:
1. Could be easy to make mistakes
Services:

Costs/Fees: 1%
Payment Types: Online Debit, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer
Transfer Locations: Online Debit, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer
Transfer Methods: Online, Email, Bank Transfer, Cheque
Transfer Speed: Instant
Transfer Minimum: $5
Transfer Maximum: $2500

Requirements:
Online application
Security Statement:
Skrill® is a trading name of Skrill Limited, a company incorporated under the laws of England and Wales with registration number 4260907. We are authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 for the issuing of electronic money Our FCA e-money register number is 900001.
Terms and Conditions:
Until the payment is accepted by the recipient, Customer remains the owner of those funds and Skrill holds those funds as agent. If, within 14 days from payment being sent to a non-registered Skrill recipient, he/she has not opened and activated a new Skrill account, Skrill will cancel the transaction and the money will be sent back to the Customer's account. Some accounts, at Skrill’ discretion, may have a higher or lower spending limit depending on their verification status.

Number Of Currencies: 39
Currencies Available:
1. Euro
2. British Pound
3. Bulgarian Lev
4. U.S. Dollar
5. Australian Dollar
6. Canadian Dollar
7. Czech Koruna
8. Danish Krone
9. Estonian Koruna
10. Hong Kong Dollar
11. Hungarian Forint
12. Israeli Shekel
13. Japanese Yen
14. Lithuanian Litas
15. Latvia Lat
16. Malaysian Ringgit
17. New Taiwan Dollar
18. New Turkish Lira
19. New Zealand Dollar
20. Norwegian Krone
21. Polish Zloty
22. Singapore Dollar
23. Slovakian Koruna
24. South-African rand
25. South-Korean won
26. Swedish Krona
27. Swiss Franc
28. Thailand Baht
        
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