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January 04, 2018, 06:13:21 PM
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I am looking through different ways of fast BTC / fiat withdrawals. Anyone tried to fund his Okpay / Skrill (or any other similar payment system) with Bitcoin? Both of them are using bitpay for adding funds so it is not a problem. The question is that those services (or banks that provide cards for them) have a lot of restrictions about crypto related money so what can I do with those money after funding my acc? It would be nice to hear someone who already had relevant experience.

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January 04, 2018, 09:59:10 PM
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Skrill doesn't have a problem with withdrawals if you use bank account, you are right about using credit card, after some crypto transactions they ban my credit cards and the only payment option left for me was to withdraw to a bank account where commissions and fees are higher but other than these problems, everything works smoothly for me.

They will leave always a payment option to anyone who is fully verified and is in Europe. Don't know in other continents but in Europe you are safe as long as you can use a bank account. Talking from my personal experience.



























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January 05, 2018, 09:41:09 AM
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Thanks for sharing your experience. SWIFT withdrawals in skrill take fixed  fee ( about 5,5 EUR). So it is not that painfull as credit card withdrawal with 7%. But unfortunately I am not EU resident and I will either have problems with withdraw or have to pay huge fee. Anyway it is still not the worst option to sell BTC fast during the big bump (the real pain in the ass is to buy it back if needed).

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