Players have reported a significant number of payout refusals from Moneybookers and Skrill. Usually players have no problem withdrawing smaller amounts, but many have encountered difficulties with larger amounts. Here's what is happening:
1. The player uses Moneybookers / Skrill to deposit funds into the casino account. No problem here.
2. The player transfers funds to their Moneybooker / Skrill account, then attempts to sends the funds to their bank account. This is where problems are encountered if a larger amount is requested.
3. Moneybookers / Skrill requests identification from the player. The player sends the requested documents.
4. Moneybookers / Skrill is often unresponsive for up to a month. When they finally do respond, the player is told the ID is not clear enough despite it being perfectly readable.
From here, the player is asked to jump through a set of unreasonable hoops that can take literally months to organize. For some players it is near impossible because of procedures in their country, but the additional requirements are difficult anywhere. It is normal for a payment processor to request ID, but Moneybookers / Skrill appears to be making their specific requirements unreasonably difficult for payouts of larger amounts.
This has been reported on more than enough instances for it to be a concern. Their service is ok for smaller amounts, but if you are a little too lucky and want to be paid, dont use them. They are a middleman between the casino and your bank, and you are best not to risk your winnings with them. Players have also had their accounts locked for unjustified and sometimes no reason other than there was suspicious activity in the player's account, despite there being none. Perhaps they changed their name from Moneybookers to Skrill to avoid poor feedback. These and more warnings will remain until they start paying people their own money.