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Skrill A secure and convenient way to send & receive Online Payment by Everest(m) : 4:04 pm On Jul 03

Have you seen a heard about the name Skrill, an online payment system designed to make online payment secure and convenient like never before and most importantly it doesn't pose any restrictions to Nigerians just like others do.

To be sincere I have never heard of Skrill until I did some business with my partners which they suggested me to open Skrill account and it was like " Please what is Skrill?" but after they explained it to me I decided to check out and guess what?



I was impressed and if you want to know why I am impressed about Skrill online payment then keep reading to know how it works and why you should use them.

Am not going to write about Skrill for writing sake or to promote them but because I have used it my self and I know exactly how it works, moreover many Nigerians are yet to know about Skrill that is why I want to use this opportunity to share the word.

Before we begin let me ask you few questions.

Do you want to receive money from someone or from companies directly to your Nigerian bank account?
Do you want to receive instant payment from all over the world instantly to your bank account?
Are you looking for a fastest online payment processor that can instantly credit your bank account without asking you to wait for 24 hours?

I guess your answers to these questions is yes and the solution is Skrill online payment, don't worry I will tell you both the good and bad side of Skrill.

What is Skrill?

Skrill is an international online payment processor that enables you to transfer and receive money all over the world instantly, securely and conveniently.

Skrill is similar to Paypal and if you are familiar with PayPal then you will know what Skrill is all about, though I have not used PayPal to receive money apart from making payment.

How does Skrill Work?

As I said earlier I didn't do any research to write this am only sharing my experience since I personally used Skrill to instantly receive money to my account in Nigeria.

To get started you need to open an account, you can copy and past the like URL https://www.skrill.com/en/ than follow the instructions to set up your account including your account details.

To save some stress simply download skrill app from google play store

As a new user, there is some restriction of the amount you can receive or send but to remove the restriction you simply need to verify your account using your ID card, International Passport or voters card.

Add your local bank details


You can add different account numbers from the same bank or different bank and decide to select which one that should be used as your main primary account number.

But wait why Skrill?

Skrill is not the first or the second online payment processor and might not even be among the best and popular ones but there is something unique about them.

I don't know about others but for me, they are the fastest I have ever seem because using them made me to know that one can receive money from anywhere in the world instantly as if someone just transferred money to me from a Nigerian bank, in fact, I used my phone with the help of their app and my money was credited to my Nigerian bank account instantly before I could even finish pressing my phone.

The bad side of Skrill

As we used to say nothing good comes easy and to serve you better Skrill charges is relatively high as they can charge up to 12% which is really high to me

Example:

If you have like $50 and wish to withdraw it to your bank in Nigeria then they will deduct $6+ and send you $43+ and am sure the charges might be the main hindrance but when you need instant payment to solve your problem then Skrill is the best option when the charges is not a problem to you.

I am currently using Skrill to handle some online payment and if you wish to ask any question then the door is open for you.





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