Well, it might be connected with the relations between brokers, their regulators and these payments systems. Maybe it was revealed that they can be unsafe for traders, nevertheless I know that there are some brokers who still offer the opportunity to deposit and withdraw money via these systems. Actually, if I'm not mistaken there are even brokers from EU, which wtill provides you with this access. In my opinion, you can also try other various options, it depends on what your broker offers to you. No doubts, that there are plety of other ways and maybe they can be even more convenient than skrill/neteller. Try various options, becuase traders have to be flexible.
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