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    Hey everyone,

    Ok, I have started a new thread this morning cause I am having the same trouble and someone redirected me here...

    The last two weeks I have had two payments from two different affiliate programs blocked from Skrill (UK Skrill as I am based there). Now there is nothing about this to be seen in my account (Uk skrill account), the programs just told me that these payments were blocked by Skrill at their end, they had no idea why and paid me via neteller instead (no problem there).

    Now coincidentely just today I saw this about Brazil (but also Spain, Germany and australia) which confirms the trouble of all you guys above have had (http://www.casinonewsdaily.com/2018/...yments-brazil/).

    So after a quick thinking and analysing the posts in this threat, would it be that from now on Skrill UK will block as well all gambling related payments that will come from any gambling operator / affiliate program that is not licenced in the UK????? Although I have not seen or heard anything of that sort, it seems to be going this way like it has gone this way too in germany, spain and australia...???

    I have emailed Skrill, awaiting their answer... anyone has heard anything about it? Or have had any similar problem in the UK???

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    It is true that in Brazil from February 21st it will not be possible to send or receive any payment through NETeller and Skrill to any site related to Gambling, this is very bad for business!

    Dear Xxxx,

    We are writing to inform you that with effect from 21 February 2018, NETELLER will no longer process deposits by members in Brazil to gambling merchants.

    You will still be able to withdraw funds from gambling merchants to your NETELLER account until 28 February 2018.

    Aside from the above change, your account will remain fully operational and you may continue to transact using your account for non-gambling related transactions as normal.

    We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Regards,
    The NETELLER Team

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1casinoguide View Post
    would it be that from now on Skrill UK will block as well all gambling related payments that will come from any gambling operator / affiliate program that is not licenced in the UK????? Although I have not seen or heard anything of that sort, it seems to be going this way like it has gone this way too in germany, spain and australia...???
    With regards to Australia: Neteller, Skrill, Paysafecard (collectively Paysafe) and Ecopayz, ONLY permit account holders to transact with licensed AU gaming establishments. I would presume in relation to Brazil, this too will also include affiliate payments.

    I can no longer receive aff payments to these wallets.

    Everything is wire for me now, which, tbh, is actually heaps cheaper, and less stress (funds sitting off shore is always a worry).

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