How do I use Rapid Transfer to make an instant deposit?

What is Rapid Transfer?

Rapid Transfer is an instant bank transfer payment option. Using Rapid Transfer allows you to instantly deposit money from your bank account using your bank credentials directly to your wallet.


How do I deposit by Rapid Transfer?

       1. To be able to use the option, you should add a bank account at a supported bank via the section Cards and Bank Accounts.

       2. Once you have registered a bank account in your Skrill account, click on Rapid Transfer from the Depositsection and then on Continue.

       3. Enter the amount you want to upload and then click on Proceed to Rapid Transfer.

       4. Now you will be redirected to the Rapid Transfer site from where you will be able to log into your online banking to complete the transaction. You will be prompted to enter your online banking credentials. Payment summary will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen and you will need to confirm the transaction in order to complete the payment.

       5. Once you complete the transaction on your online banking site, the funds will be credited into your Skrill account and the transaction will appear in the All Transactions section of your account.

Note: Please enable your pop-ups for the duration of the deposit.


How long does a Rapid Transfer deposit take?

This is a quick deposit option. The funds deposited with Rapid Transfer will arrive into your Skrill account immediately. You can only make one deposit at a time. Once that transaction has been accepted or declined, you may initiate another Rapid Transfer deposit.


What are the limits and the fees?

The best place to check your upload limits is the Deposit section of your account.

Once an unverified member has reached their deposit limit, they will need to verify their account in order to continue using the service.

All limits are based on rolling periods.

For the deposit fee, please check the Deposit section of your account or visit our Fees Page.

If your Skrill account is in a currency other than the currency of the transaction, an additional 3.99% Foreign Exchange fee will be added to our wholesale exchange rates.

Your bank may apply fees for electronic fund transfers.