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How to "safely" sell services using Skrill?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ArtOfVaw, Dec 18, 2016.

  1. ArtOfVaw

    ArtOfVaw Junior Member

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    I want to act as an individual freelancer who offers Skrill as a payment method, I don't want to use Skrill business or w/e.

    I'm more concerned about how to play it safe. Is it ok to tell someone to send money to my Skrill account directly? Or will Skrill soft-lock the account after 2 or 3 transactions during the same day? Also, is there any kind of escrow services that handle such process?

    As you guessed, I'm new to all of this. Appreciate any help.

    PS: If there's a forum here in BHW which is dedicated to such questions, please let me know. This place is huge, it's easy to get lost... somehow.
     
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    pseudonym Regular Member

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    Skrill can be used to achieve your objective. Don't worry under 10k a month
     
  3. ArtOfVaw

    ArtOfVaw Junior Member

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    Good to head; however, I heard that Skrill has locked some people's accounts in the past just because they had two transactions during the same day (yes, totally absurd). I guess this isn't true? Not unless you're dealing with four-figure per transaction, right...?
     
  4. mirrorer

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    If you're doing legit business & you can prove that when they ask you,I don't see any problem here.
    The more business you do,the more commissions for them,that's why they are there.