On this site, you will often hear mention of "Skrill" (formerly Moneybookers) but what is Skrill?
Skrill is basically a digital wallet, similar to Paypal, but which is specifically designed to work with bookmakers.
It is completely free and very easy to set up.
The main advantage of having a Skrill account is the speed at which you will be able to move your money around your various bookmaker accounts.
The normal way to withdraw funds is into your bank using the debit card details you originally used when opening the bookmaker account.
Whilst this works fine, it is slow and funds can take 3-5 working days before they reach your account.
With Skrill, you will find that withdrawals now take mere hours and deposits are instant.
Most bookmakers accept Skrill and you will find that the Skrill transaction page is fully integrated into the bookmaker's site making it quick and easy to use.
I've been using Skrill for quite some time now and I honestly don't know how I lived without one for so long.
Get yours today by clicking here. You'll be glad you did.
Note: With some bookmakers you forfeit the free bet offer if you use Skrill to open an account (these are highlighted on the review pages of this site) so, to be on the safe side, I would always recommend opening an account using the more traditional Debit Card method and then make a further minimum deposit using Skrill in order to establish the "connection" between your Skrill account and the bookmaker. You will then be able to withdraw into your Skrill account.