Skrill is the main competitor to Neteller, and offers a not dissimilar service to its many customers. The company serves as an e-wallet, allowing funds to be transferred via the internet. Part of the appeal of Skrill is the fact that it is fairly easy to sign up to, making for a quick and instant way for keen gamblers to invest (and withdraw) funds in a relatively hassle-free manner. Additional ID checks are only required for those wishing to make larger transfers, and this is generally accepted by users who accept the fact that Skrill want to secure their best interests.

Skrill is a major company and is accepted at a wide variety of online casinos. Established in 2001, Skrill claimed to have as many as 25 million accounts in 2012, before being sold the following year for a cool €600 million. This places it firmly in the upper echelons of the online money transfer business, the result being that players feel safe investing their money via Skrill and the majority of online casinos happily using the service.

In addition to the more straightforward transfers available to casual users of Skrill, there is also a kind of loyalty system in place for frequent users. The Skrill VIP programme allows for increased security checks, more flexibility between currencies and an accumulation of loyalty points for each transaction that can be redeemed for money off and the like.

Tried and tested, Skrill is an established medium for transferring your funds online.