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Brokers ban deposits from Neteller/Skrill
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frankmartin1

Member Since Dec 18, 2018  44 posts Frank Martin (frankmartin1) Oct 07 at 12:41
Many brokers avoiding skrill

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4518 posts vontogr (togr) Oct 07 at 13:49
frankmartin1 posted:
Many brokers avoiding skrill

and vice versa skrill blocking some of the brokers...

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
chpiah

Member Since Jan 30, 2015  10 posts kelvin (chpiah) Oct 07 at 16:06
which broker are you guys talking about?

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AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  813 posts AniLorak Oct 09 at 18:52
chpiah posted:
which broker are you guys talking about?


Any broker who are accepting Skrill and Neteller!

chpiah

Member Since Jan 30, 2015  10 posts kelvin (chpiah) Oct 10 at 20:20
AniLorak posted:
chpiah posted:
which broker are you guys talking about?


Any broker who are accepting Skrill and Neteller!



erm like?? my brokers are still accepting skrills/ neteller tho

chpiah88@
frankmartin1

Member Since Dec 18, 2018  44 posts Frank Martin (frankmartin1) Oct 12 at 22:09
AniLorak posted:
chpiah posted:
which broker are you guys talking about?


Any broker who are accepting Skrill and Neteller!


Yes! There are many brokers still accepting skrill and neteller.

Lucatrader76

Member Since Feb 10, 2019  3 posts Luca (Lucatrader76) Oct 13 at 00:47
now the dont support revolut :) a deposit is a mess

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Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  739 posts Adribaasmet Nov 30 at 16:18
Till now these types of payment processors are very much popular to the retail traders; although the charge is so high!

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