Skrill Vs NETELLER Vs ecoPayz


In the world of e-wallets, choosing the right one can be a difficult task. Every e-wallet has its own benefits and disadvantages. We have selected three of the most common e-wallets: Skrill, NETELLER and ecoPayz and give you a comparison about each of their strengths and weaknesses. We will compare fees, VIP programs and unique features in order to help you decide the best one for you!


VIP Programs

Requirement BasisQuarterlyYearlyLifetime
VIP Stages Required Transfer VolumeRequired Transfer VolumeRequired Transfer Volume
Bronze6.000 EUR10.000 USD
(= 8600 EUR)
Silver15.000 EUR50.000 USD
(= 43.000 EUR)
After verification of account
Gold45.000 EUR100.000 USD
(= 86.000 EUR)
After adding credit card
+ proof of adress
PlatinumN/A500.000 USD
(= 430.000 EUR)
After 30 days of Gold Status
+ possession of ecoPayz Mastercard
+ 50.000 EUR transfer volume
Diamond90.000 EUR2 Mio. USD
(= 1,79 Mio. EUR)
VIPN/AN/AAfter 30 days of Platinum Status
+ possession of ecoPayz Mastercard
+ 250.000 EUR transfer volume



In case the tables weren’t enough for you, we have a compiled short comparison in various areas:

Deposit methods:

NETELLER offers more than 60 deposit methods, ensuring that you possess many options for making your deposit. Skrill offers traditional bank or credit card deposits, but also provides several country-specific options. Lastly, ecoPayz only offers bank transfer, credit card or Neosurf.

Foreign Exchange:

ecoPayz offers more than 45 different currency accounts whereas Skrill offers 41 and NETELLER only 22 accounts. Furthermore, ecoPayz also offers the lowest exchange fees starting from Gold membership (1,49%). At this level, Skrill’s exchange fees are 2,59%, but still on overall lower than NETELLER’s 2,79%.

Merchant Availability:

Among the three, NETELLER has the highest merchant availability and thus is available as a payment option on many sites. In terms of coverage, Skrill ranks as a very close second whereas ecoPayz is not available in the US nor has any current plans to do so.


ecoPayz has a reliable support system and usually responds back within 1 business day. However, Skrill and NETELLER usually take longer to respond back to customers.

VIP program:

ecoPayz’ VIP program is based on a lifetime basis, so as along as you meet the criteria, you won’t lose your status. Meanwhile, Skrill’s quarterly basis means that it is both easier to gain and lose VIP status. On the other hand, as NETELLER requires a higher transfer volume than Skrill, it depends on a yearly basis and may be easier to achieve overall (except Diamond). NETELLER also possesses an Anniversary Points system where you gain points for every VIP Rank you reach as well as for every Dollar or Euro you spend. The points can then be exchanged for prizes or cash.

By | 2017-12-22T12:18:27+00:00 December 19th, 2017|Guides|0 Comments

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