Skrill worked for me one time, after about a week or two of verification, and I was able to do 1 transaction with it before.
Skrill has a support system where their support is hard to reach, and once reachable, they answer quickly, escalate your problem, but do not solve any problem.
Even with their "new" system, their security and other features are so badly thought out and implemented, that unlike other services, I have had to contact support just to access or re-access an account.
I am certain that whomever read this has read similar things for years, and assuming Skrill is not a scam service, thinks that now they should have to spam more irrelevant and broken security features, rather than a simple one that works (such as 2-way email or phone verification, just like a legitimate bank or secure financial institution, or like PayPal, their great grandfather who still beats them in every way).
Do not use Skrill if possible. If you have to use Skrill, make sure you try to proactively avoid any bank or credit/debit card issue. Use PayPal or some legitimate service that does not have so many issues both in programming and in support access; and pay heed to the hundreds of negative reviews.
It does not even allow you to deposit about 100$ properly without running into multiple support and other issues. Their automated systems "do not function properly", so support is a must.
You can contact support in Canada, the US, or other areas now without reaching out internationally (to the UK etcetera..), however, they never seem to fix the problem. The problems are escalated if you are smart enough to do so, but they only escalate cases temporarily, then email you and say the problem was reviewed and is now solved.
After doing this about 4 or 5 times (a whole month of trying at different times of the week) they actually just disabled my account and claim that it was done automatically.
At this point I am still attempting to use a debit/credit card to deposit funds into the account; and this is a miniscule amount, such as 100$, it is not like this is some 10,000$ amount that has been frozen or blocked by fraud.
I would never trust a service like Skrill to have more than 1k, even if it does work for a user to deposit when they're in the UK or some other area. Multiple other reviews show and verify this reasoning.
They seem to just be laundering money, freezing accounts, disabling accounts, and then posting fake reviews that are easy to spot with bold-face letters stating "How Great Of a Service Skrill Is".
I am surprised that all members of Skrill have not been sent to jail, they are probably a pompous group of unskilled teens from the UK, which makes sense, such that island indoctrinates people to think highly of themselves.