Skrill (Formerly MoneyBookers)
Previously known as MoneyBookers, Skrill is nothing more than a name change to something that is more easily recognisable (and perhaps pronounceable) by the international community. It is still the same service, and although many websites accepting it may have the old MoneyBookers logo, there should be no problem paying by this option.
Another 'E-Wallet' service, like others you can fund it via a variety of methods, but bear in mind that funding your Skrill account via credit or debit card may accrue a transfer fee, unlike transferring via your bank which is free. This is not a problem specific to Skrill, it is the cards who charge, so paying with them via most, if not all E-Wallets will have the same problem of a transferal fee.
A straightforward sign up process, once you have funded your Skrill account, transferring to your bingo account is simple:
- Sign in at your bingo site, and go to the 'banking' or 'cashier page'.
- Select the option to create your preferred payment option - often listed as 'Add Payment Method'.
- You should then be offered several options, just pick Skrill, or MoneyBookers from the list.
- Enter your ID, then you will be able to choose an amount to transfer in from your Skrill account. (You won't have to go through the 'Add Payment Option' process again).
- You should then see your account balance rise to reflect the amount of your deposit, and it's time to play bingo!
As with all E-Wallet funding options, the withdrawal process is paramount. If you've funded your Skrill account via you bank and you hit a winning streak, the withdrawal process should be free, although it may take a few days for the cash to show up on your bank statement. If however you funded skrill via a credit card, you may be subject to a fee for the transfer. A popular payment method option, there are plenty of bingo sites listed below that accept Skrill.
Online Bingo Sites That Accept Skrill