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Skrill or NETELLER: which payment system is better?

Neteller or Skrill

Foreign payment systems have gained popularity due to the gray status of online poker in many countries. With their help, poker players can replenish their account quickly and without problems. Skrill or NETELLER payment systems are ideal helpers for poker players.

Before their choice, the poker player asks the question: which one is better? The decision depends on several factors. One of the main ones is the amount of money the player will transfer. Before concluding which of the payment systems is more convenient, we offer a brief overview of each of them.

Skrill and NETELLER: what is common?

There is much in common between Skrill and NETELLER and they are controlled by one organization – the Paysafe Group. Payment systems are similar to each other according to the following criteria:

  • Account verification process.
  • Commissions for depositing and withdrawing funds.
  • Security.

What is the difference between Skrill and NETELLER?

Payment systems primarily differ in statuses. Skrill supports money withdrawals via VISA, MasterCard, bank account and Skrill Prepaid Mastercard/NET + MasterCard. In turn, in NETELLER, this operation can only be performed through a bank account and Skrill Prepaid Mastercard/NET + MasterCard.

The difference between payment systems also lies in the duration of statuses. For NETELLER it is 12 months. At Skrill, VIP status is valid for 3 months.

The answer to the question of which payment system is better depends on the goal of creating an electronic wallet. Skrill is suitable for players who operate with small amounts. For poker players who work with big amounts, NETELLER is best suited.

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Julianna
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Cardmates journalist, news editor and translator since 2015. Specialization: poker news, review of events, strategies, SEO. Editor-in-chief of the English version of Cardmates.
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