Skrill Nigeria: opening and operating a skrill Account in nigeria

Skrill Nigeria: opening and operating a skrill Account in nigeria

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Skrill enables businesses and individuals to send and receive money using a secured payment system around the world. It has the headquarters in United Kingdom and what initially available in Europe but now has expanded to other part of the world including Nigeria

What’s Skrill and How it works?

Skrill is a European online payment system that is accessible to people of Nigeria as well as more than 200 other nations and territories. It provides e-commerce merchants with an online gateway as well as individuals and organizations with an online wallet. Skrill was founded in 2001 as Moneybookers and is headquartered in London, United Kingdom, with a branch in Miami, Florida. Internet betting, online games, and forex trading are among the industries that use it.

Skrill has accounts for both individuals and businesses.

The Business account enables a merchant to accept online payments via a simple website integration that includes increased fraud management. The following methods are supported:

1-tap checkout using Skrill Wallet
Local Payment Methods: Credit and Debit Cards differ per country.

Users with a Personal account can:

Money Transfers: These transfers can be made to many countries and sent to a mobile wallet or a bank account using monies from a credit/debit card or the Skrill wallet.
Shop Online: Hundreds of merchants throughout the world offer products and services that may be purchased online.

Is Skrill Available in Nigeria

Yes it’s now available to businesses and individuals access in Nigeria

What you need to open Skrill Business Account

  • Your Business must be registered
  • You must also provide the certificate of registration
  • You must provide proof of physical address and means of identification
  • A working website

Does Skrill accept Nigerians?

Yes, Skrill is available in Nigeria and accept business and individual accounts

How do I deposit money into my Skrill account?

You can a deposit through bank transfer, debit or credit cards (Visa or Mastercard)

How long does it take to transfer money from Skrill to a bank account?

If you transfer using debit or credit card, it will go through instantly, but using transfer option, takes 2-5 days

How much can I withdraw from Skrill?

Withdrawal limit on Skrill is dynamic, login to your account and confirm your limit

How can I receive money from Nigeria?

It is easy, copy the email linked to your skrill account to the person that will send you money

Can I use Skrill without a bank?


Which cards are accepted by Skrill?

Visa, Mastercard and other card issuers

Is Skrill better than PayPal?

Skrill is cheaper than paypal when making payment online, skrill charges low fees compared to paypal

How do I get a Skrill Mastercard?

Not available in Nigeria

How can I withdraw money from Skrill to Mastercard?

Login to your skrill and go to withdraw

how to withdraw from skrill in nigeria

You can withdraw using the transfer option or visa or mastercard

can i receive money with skrill in nigeria


skrill supported countries

Skrill is supported in Nigeria and you can check your account for details about other supported countries

skrill exchange rate in nigeria

It depends, you can always check your account for more info

how to open skrill account in nigeria

Visit and get started, specify account type, personal or business

skrill nigeria login

You can login through web, mobile apps, Android or iPhone, iPad

does skrill accept verve card

No support for Verve Card

How do I verify my Skrill in Nigeria?

You will need your passport, ID card or driver’s license and a proof of address issued in the past three months. 

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