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February 06, 2016, 10:51:33 AM
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Hello mates ,
I have a skrill account which i made in 2014 and i was using it as a Paypal to get money from people after performing web services. Recently i did a BTC/Skrill Transaction with a member who was Sr.member and after that i am unable to withdraw my money from skrill , nor i am able to spend those money , there is around 628$ in my skrill and all is locked , i contacted their support and they say that your account is being reviewed by security experts , has anyone experienced such things , is skrill going to rob me with my money?
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February 06, 2016, 10:54:08 AM
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In the transactions details , did the sender mentioned anything about bitcoin ? I'm not sure if they actually allow Skrill/Bitcoin transaction so It could be the case .

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February 06, 2016, 03:08:22 PM
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In the transactions details , did the sender mentioned anything about bitcoin ? I'm not sure if they actually allow Skrill/Bitcoin transaction so It could be the case .

No the person who sent skrill did not mentioned anything related to bitcoin. I think all my money is gone now.
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February 06, 2016, 03:17:30 PM
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You'll only get the answers you are looking for from Skrill. Did you contact the person that sent you the money to explain? Did you get any response? This transaction seems to be the only suspicion in your mind so he may have charged back, or he may have sent you stolen money. How did you find your buyer? Did you ID him?
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February 06, 2016, 03:21:00 PM
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You'll only get the answers you are looking for from Skrill. Did you contact the person that sent you the money to explain? Did you get any response? This transaction seems to be the only suspicion in your mind so he may have charged back, or he may have sent you stolen money. How did you find your buyer? Did you ID him?

The man dont reply on skype any more , i talked to skrill and they said that i am  under security check , i am very old customer and have traded like 2-3K over there and i dont know why only this time they are having problem.
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February 06, 2016, 03:23:20 PM
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If the money is still there you can be 100% sure there is/will be NO chargeback the worst case is that your account will be permanently limited but you could then withdraw the money.

Ok i my status here is only newbie but this information i told you are from some direct source from skrill
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February 06, 2016, 03:26:00 PM
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You'll only get the answers you are looking for from Skrill. Did you contact the person that sent you the money to explain? Did you get any response? This transaction seems to be the only suspicion in your mind so he may have charged back, or he may have sent you stolen money. How did you find your buyer? Did you ID him?

The man dont reply on skype any more , i talked to skrill and they said that i am  under security check , i am very old customer and have traded like 2-3K over there and i dont know why only this time they are having problem.

It sounds highly probable that this transaction is the cause for your account suspension. Give them some time to investigate and ask for an ETA on when it will be resolved. When did this transaction happen?
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February 06, 2016, 03:29:03 PM
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You'll only get the answers you are looking for from Skrill. Did you contact the person that sent you the money to explain? Did you get any response? This transaction seems to be the only suspicion in your mind so he may have charged back, or he may have sent you stolen money. How did you find your buyer? Did you ID him?

The man dont reply on skype any more , i talked to skrill and they said that i am  under security check , i am very old customer and have traded like 2-3K over there and i dont know why only this time they are having problem.

It sounds highly probable that this transaction is the cause for your account suspension. Give them some time to investigate and ask for an ETA on when it will be resolved. When did this transaction happen?

about 15 days ago transaction happened.

If the money is still there you can be 100% sure there is/will be NO chargeback the worst case is that your account will be permanently limited but you could then withdraw the money.



Ok i my status here is only newbie but this information i told you are from some direct source from skrill

Thanks mate status is not from account but from mind , thanks for information , and yes money still shows in my account but i cant withdraw or transfer it.
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February 06, 2016, 03:30:02 PM
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Well next time use neteller. You're able to load your account with BTC yourself. Skrill has strict policies to prevent fraud and like with OP, funds being withheld isn't uncommon.

I'm positive that the situation will be resolved though, OP, at the very least, next time deal with people you trust.

 
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February 06, 2016, 03:40:50 PM
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Well next time use neteller. You're able to load your account with BTC yourself. Skrill has strict policies to prevent fraud and like with OP, funds being withheld isn't uncommon.

I'm positive that the situation will be resolved though, OP, at the very least, next time deal with people you trust.

yes , i will take care from next time , actually i will not use skrill anymore. It sucks , and thanks for your advice.
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February 06, 2016, 03:42:47 PM
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Did you ever used the account from a vpn/proxy? you got any skrill account in the past that you may forgot about?

All this can lead to a review of skrill but you can calm down if there would be a chargeback it would have happend allready Smiley

Like i said the worst case is a permanently limite account and then the only option they allow you is to put the money in bank
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February 06, 2016, 03:44:44 PM
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Did you ever used the account from a vpn/proxy? you got any skrill account in the past that you may forgot about?

All this can lead to a review of skrill but you can calm down if there would be a chargeback it would have happend allready Smiley

Like i said the worst case is a permanently limite account and then the only option they allow you is to put the money in bank

Lets see , if they can get me funds in back , i feel that all 800 bucks are gone.
If this happens then i will not use skrill any more and even discourage people to use it.
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