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on 05-10-2013 09:37 AM
Hi, i am new to ebay. I did a transaction and entered my credit card details. However, when it was going through skrill, i saw a "transaction not allowed" message. I am confused and would appreciate if anyone can help resolve this? Seems silly that the payment system doesnt quite work in ebay. Never had a problem with other online transaction. Thanks
on 05-10-2013 09:57 AM
Unless the seller specifically supports you method of payment, you won't be able to pay. Check the listing to see what payment methods are accepted.
on 05-10-2013 09:54 AM
And you'll find that most transactions on this eBay site (USA) require paypal.
on 05-10-2013 09:48 AM
did you sign up to skrill first?
I believe you have to have to have a skrill account before you can pay with skrill.
on 05-10-2013 06:11 PM
I had this happen to me, the first(and only) time I used Skrill to pay for an item. This was the only payment that the Seller would allow, so before I bid (and won) the item, I researched Skrill to find out what I could about it. When I tried to pay, I got the message you got... so, I tried one of my other credit cards, and the payment went through.
Turns out, it was a "safety" feature used on my first credit card; they block out-of-the-country transactions unless you have contacted them first to okay them!