Skrill commission on deposits and transfers will increase next year
From January 15 of the next year, an important change will occur in Skrill's work. The commission on deposits and transfers will increase and the new tariffs will come into force.
The commission for deposit will increase up to 2.5% and it will be charged from all the users who don’t live in the countries of European Economic Area.
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Therefore, those who don’t live in EEA, will pay 2.5% commission and EEA residents will still pay 1% of commission. The new tariffs will be applied to all Skrill deposits regardless of VIP status, and the payments in casinos, bookmakers and poker rooms remain free.
Skrill transfers between the residents of one country will be under 2% commission, and Skrill transfers from one country to another one will be made for free. Currency conversion remains at 3.9% commission.
The penalty for indicating false information was also added to the rules. If the user adds incorrect data in his personal account, he will be fined 150 euros.