Skrill is enabling its customers to use paysafecard to top up their Skrill Digital Wallets. This integration, which follows Skrill Group’s acquisition of paysafecard in early 2013, enables Skrill Digital Wallet users to add funds to their wallets quickly and safely.
Moreover, the solution removes the need for use of a credit card or bank account, adding a new option for loading money to the Skrill Digital Wallet.
Users can purchase paysafecard in person at more than 450,000 sales outlets around the world. After purchasing paysafecard, customers can instantly top up the credit in their Skrill Digital Wallet using their “my paysafecard” account. Customers can load up to EUR300/£250, and after verification make top ups of up to EUR1,000/£850 a day and up to EUR3,000/£2,500 within a 30-day period.
Topping up your Skrill account with ‘my paysafecard’ is currently available for residents of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxemburg, Latvia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Once funds are uploaded through paysafecard, customers can use them with any merchant that accepts Skrill payments, or to transfer money to other Skrill Digital Wallet holders.
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