If you have money available in your Skrill account than you can easily withdraw it to your bank account. So How to Withdraw Money from your Skrill to Bank Account you can get to know by following below procedure on How to Withdraw Money from Skrill to Bank Account.
Procedure on How to Withdraw Money from Skrill to Bank Account
- To withdraw funds from your Skrill Account to your bank account, you will need your bank account details like full name of account holder, account number, and swift code.
- Once you have these details available with you just login into your Skrill Account and navigate to Cards and Bank Accounts and just click on Add Bank Account.
- A popup window will appear in which you will have to enter your bank account details, just enter your bank account details correctly and click on add account and continue.
- Now you have successfully added your bank account details and now you can move on to transfer funds to your bank account.
- To withdraw funds from your Skrill Account to your Bank Account, just click on withdraw button which you will be able to see below your balance.
- On next screen you will get Withdrawal Step 1: select method and enter amount, select the bank account and enter the amount in below amount to withdraw field. It will show you how much max amount you can withdraw funds from your Skrill account after deducting the transaction fee for the transfer, Also it will show the transaction fee charged.
- Once entering the amount you want to withdraw just click on continue button.
- On next screen it will show you withdrawal step 2: review and confirm, just review the details if you had entered all the details correctly. And to confirm the transaction from below fields you will have to enter your date of birth and click on withdraw money button.
That’s it you have successfully withdrawn funds from your Skrill account to your bank account and the funds will be available in your bank in 2 to 5 days. The withdrawal will be processed as an international bank wire transfer and may be subject to extra charges placed by your bank.