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August 01, 2018, 10:19:51 PM
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Hi,
sorry, newbie here. So I got money from micro stock site (shutterstock) send to my skrill account.
Now I wanted to send that money to betting site (likely williamhill, to bet on a boxing fight).

But skrill says I can't use my ballance for gambling site. So I did some online search,
turns out when you send money to skrill from own bank account
it asks you if it is for gambling, if you say no you cant use it for gamling site o0

Does anybody here know about this situation, I read that you can send the balance from the skrill account to another skrill account and back and
after that it can be used for gambling. The betting site that I want to use does not offer paypal.. if it would I would prefer to exchange skrill to paypal
(used paypal for betting sites before, never had a problem)

I dont want to take the time to get the skrill balance to my bank account and than send that money from bank account to skrill account and chose "for gambling"

Anybody know if it is true that you send skrill back and forth and than can use it for gambling?

I want to change 350€, I would pay for fees +15-20€. I also searched for online exchanges from skrill to paypal, but it all looked pretty much likes scams,
if you could recommend any trustworthy services I would appreciate it very much too  Smiley

please no other newbies for exchange on skrill, one (me) is enough  Wink


Edit: lets discuss here in forum, already got personal messages, which is not really trust inspiring..

Sorry for my english.. I'm from Germany
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August 01, 2018, 10:58:18 PM
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Edit: lets discuss here in forum, already got personal messages, which is not really trust inspiring..

Sorry for my english.. I'm from Germany

I can do a portion of this trade for a small premium. I would like to see your tx history though to be sure the funds are clean
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August 01, 2018, 11:37:27 PM
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Just to be clear, I think you wont need any balance in your skrill account for this. because i send you the money, you receive it and send back a little less.
I'm just not sure if skrill payments are refundable once send, would be nice if the money would be "locked" after sending will google quick and update post.

also we could do this for example in multiple small steps so the risk is lower for both sites
I just dont know if skrill automatic system will find if suspicious if we send 50€ back and forth multiple times hehe
the fee is always 1,45% for sending money, so does not matter if multiple small amounts send.

I can provide screenshot of money history, no problem. All my balance is from shutterstock and dreamstime (those are sites where you sell photo license for a couple of cents and they send me money every couple months)

Also would make sense to start with just 20€ or so.. so I can test if the amount will be available to send to betting site.. if it does not work like I read there is no point in sending it all :/

edit: I see .. you want to do a small portion of it because skrill can be recharged (?)

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okay, so I read in the marketplace faq that skrill can only be recharge scammed if the money was deposited with a credit card?!?
My balance is only paid from other third parties (the two micro stock sites shutterstock and dreamstime that i mentioned) so am I right that the other party in my trade here would be safe?
(can provide proof from skrill transaction overview)

But how do I know I won't be charged back?

If i send someone money on skrill and after that he sends me money back than he cant recharge it because he send me the money with the balance that I actually send him, even if he had money in his account that was paid by credit card?

so wouldnt be both parties safe in this weird sending money back and forth in skrill case.

Can anybody else comment on this please?  Cheesy

edit 3: would be nice to find someone with lots of experience here that I could trust to send it all and have him send it back. Otherwise I will probably use bitpanda to buy bitcoin with skrill and change bitcoin to neteller and see if it will work with betting site than.
One more reason why cryptocurrency will be the winner in the long run, everything else is just so freakin cumbersome to exchange without the banking system, it is really annoying :/
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August 02, 2018, 03:52:05 AM
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Multiple small transfers to skrill will look suspicious and will definitely get your account suspended and even if you send non gambling funds to someone and they send them back to you won't change anything since the funds are still the same, the funds can only be sent to other users or withdrawn.

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August 02, 2018, 04:24:08 PM
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yo i can help  you out i guess
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August 02, 2018, 05:12:14 PM
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Just to be clear, I think you wont need any balance in your skrill account for this. because i send you the money, you receive it and send back a little less.
I'm just not sure if skrill payments are refundable once send, would be nice if the money would be "locked" after sending will google quick and update post.

also we could do this for example in multiple small steps so the risk is lower for both sites
I just dont know if skrill automatic system will find if suspicious if we send 50€ back and forth multiple times hehe
the fee is always 1,45% for sending money, so does not matter if multiple small amounts send.

I can provide screenshot of money history, no problem. All my balance is from shutterstock and dreamstime (those are sites where you sell photo license for a couple of cents and they send me money every couple months)

Also would make sense to start with just 20€ or so.. so I can test if the amount will be available to send to betting site.. if it does not work like I read there is no point in sending it all :/

edit: I see .. you want to do a small portion of it because skrill can be recharged (?)

edit2:

okay, so I read in the marketplace faq that skrill can only be recharge scammed if the money was deposited with a credit card?!?
My balance is only paid from other third parties (the two micro stock sites shutterstock and dreamstime that i mentioned) so am I right that the other party in my trade here would be safe?
(can provide proof from skrill transaction overview)

But how do I know I won't be charged back?

If i send someone money on skrill and after that he sends me money back than he cant recharge it because he send me the money with the balance that I actually send him, even if he had money in his account that was paid by credit card?

so wouldnt be both parties safe in this weird sending money back and forth in skrill case.

Can anybody else comment on this please?  Cheesy

edit 3: would be nice to find someone with lots of experience here that I could trust to send it all and have him send it back. Otherwise I will probably use bitpanda to buy bitcoin with skrill and change bitcoin to neteller and see if it will work with betting site than.
One more reason why cryptocurrency will be the winner in the long run, everything else is just so freakin cumbersome to exchange without the banking system, it is really annoying :/

I wish I could help you because the funds in Skrill can be charged back up to a 14 days window of time and it does not matter where the money come from, credit card, bank account, or bitcoin. Unfortunately I sent all my money to bet365 and to Sportsbet.io so only 0.19 USD in Skrill. Keep in mind to always use escrow and to trust with members who have a history in trading, not just random dude without any feedback at all.

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August 03, 2018, 12:53:14 AM
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update: so I just bought bitcoin on bitpanda (with my skrill money) and than transferred bitcoin to sports betting side..  and placed my boxing fight bet.
Took me like 30 minutes with the video id registration with bitpanda, which was kind of annoying, but what can you do..
I think this marketplace here is a little difficult to use because of the trust issue.

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August 03, 2018, 08:41:26 AM
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Sorry if I bother you guys but the problem the OP had were problem which can't be fix back in the early 2016 because there are a lot of crypto currency site that offer skrill to bitcoin or altcoin transaction. I mean you do it through Paxful, Bitpanda and Lakebtc . However, Sportsbet offer different kind of sports betting.


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