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Moneybookers is Skrill now

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by HoNeYBiRD, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. HoNeYBiRD

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    Moneybookers is becoming Skrill...
    a fresh Look at payments


    As you can see, we're busy making a journey. Evolving. Not just our look, but digital payments as a whole.


    This change is the second part of our three-stage move from Moneybookers to Skrill in 2012. There's still a long way to go, and you can expect even more changes over the coming months, as we deliver the next generation of payments.
    In summer 2012 we will launch a new site and improved functionalities. We will then complete our transition to Skrill, further simplifying the complex process of payments for you.

    Moneybookers is becoming Skrill.
    For you, nothing else changes...yet.

    We are now displaying Skrill on the Moneybookers website to give a glimpse of our new look & feel, without disrupting the way you use us. The way you access and use your account will not change.

    Digital payments are evolving.
    Because we're evolving digital payments.

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    http://www.moneybookers.com/app/skrill.pl?txt1&l=EN
    http://corporate.skrill.com/
     
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    yes, it is

    i remember Skrill when they were announced first as an alternative to Paypal, they seemed a bit dodgy, but i guess if moneybookers doing this rebranding then all is well now