Skrill (Moneybookers) 2012 Euro Promotion

In celebration of the Euro 2012 tournament which kicks of on June 8th, Skrill (Moneybookers) is offering the following promotion:

From May 28th until the Euro 2012 final on July 1st, send or receive money with Skrill for your chance to score a prize. Every day you can win a cash prize up to €100, a Euro 2012 football, or team shirt or your choice. All you need to do is use Skrill for your transactions. Both new and existing Skrill users can participate, although existing members must opt in to take part. Click here to learn more.

About Skrill

Skrill (formerly called Moneybookers) is a secure way to pay globally without revealing your financial details. It acts as a digital wallet and is a convenient method to transfer cash online, providing real-time instant payments. Australians can upload funds by credit card, POLi, bank transfer or cheque. Withdrawals can be made by bank transfer or cheque. Skrill is regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the UK.

Skrill is an excellent way to deposit funds with bookmakers, and it is arguably the best method when using international bookmakers. It enables you to transact with a bookmaker without sharing any of your credit card or banking details. One highlight is that you don’t have to deposit funds into your Skrill account first before making a deposit with a bookmaker. Skrill will handle the deposit into your Skrill account and transfer to your betting account in one step. Another highlight is the fact that it supports POLi for Australian users. This enables you to use POLi as the effective deposit method even with international bookmakers. Skrill is an equally convenient method to make withdrawals from your betting account. It avoids the hassles of having to send in a scanned copy of your credit card, and it avoids the hefty bank fees involved with international bank transfers. Also, Skrill deposits are made available in your betting account immediately.

To learn more about deposit and withdrawal methods with bookmakers, check out the Depositing & Withdrawing Funds section of our Beginner’s Guide. This section also provides a survey of deposit & withdrawal methods that are accepted by Australian and international bookmakers.

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