Skrill to Neteller - Now possible!

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    tobbe

    tobbe Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    Just got this in the mail, very nice to hear, thought I'd share so you're all aware :)

    Wondering if there's a cap on the fee, otherwise 1.9% could be a lot.
    You gonna have any use of this? I've always preferred Neteller and am also not a fan of Skrills low limits, compared to first mentioned.

    Edit: checked out their site and tested their transfer calculator, there's no cap :(
     
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    PaaskeUK

    PaaskeUK Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    I don't feel there should be any fees if you transfer from your own Skrill account to Neteller now that its the same company anyway. But that is just my opinion :)
     
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    TheGooner

    TheGooner Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    It's a start (depending on the fees).
    Unfortunately, we would get hit with FX fees as Neteller is in USD, and Moneybookers in EUR.
     
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    Frank

    Frank Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    The only reason to transfer for me right now would be due to Neteller Higher limits, it's the reason i use Neteller 90% of the time, All my accounts are in Euros so it doesn't affect me
     
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    AussieDave

    AussieDave 17 years & still going!

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    Exactly and shouldn't be any FX transfer fees either. Granted NT/Skrill is a business but... as you say, both wallets are now owned by the same entity. It would be like my Aussie bank charging me a fee to transfer funds between my saver account, to my ATM card account.

    It's ludicrous and yet another rip-off.
     
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    roey

    roey From Pandora.

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    Its all bull, cross platform money making crap.
     
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    TheGooner

    TheGooner Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    How many times do we see affiliates posting wanting to get another person involved in transferring money between Moneybookers/Skrill and Paypal/Neteller?
    We see offers of 10% bonus etc, (and then subsequently reading that one side or the other have been hit by a scammer.

    Now there is a way to do it properly - and the fees will be a lot less than the 10% that was offered.
    For some this will be a usable service across platforms (and maybe currencies) - and it will cost a fee.

    I personally won't use it - but it's not compulsory.
    :)
     

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