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How to make money with NETELLER? 

If you have a Neteller account, then you know what a great ewallet is in your hands. Whether you are paying online or in your local store, like to bet on sports or play online poker, or pay online without links to your bank account - then you probably cannot live without Neteller. But did you know you could also make money with Neteller? 

Here are two ways to increase your Neteller balance. 


NETELLER rewards its clients for using Neteller. Every time you use your NETELLER wallet, you earn points that you can redeem for rewards. 

How does NETELLER KNECT work? 

First, you need to apply for KNECT to collect points. 

  • Open your NETELLER account 
  • Make sure your account is verified
  • Join Knect loyalty program 

Once you have signed up for NETELLER Knect, you will automatically earn points on NETELLER transactions, including deposits and ATM withdrawals. 


  • Earn 1 point for every €1* when you spend or withdraw using a Skrill Prepaid Mastercard®.
  • Earn 1 point for every €1* you have bought or sold on cryptocurrency.
  • Earn 0.5 points for every €1* worth of cryptocurrency you send to another Skrill user.
  • Earn 1 point for every €1* you withdraw to your bank or debit card.
  • Earn 1 point for €1* you add to your Skrill account.
  • Earn 0.25 points for every €1* you spend online.
After reaching 10,000 points, you can redeem points for the NETELLER balance. Don't worry, you will get there sooner than you think. 

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Neteller is one of the most popular ewallets worldwide, especially among gamers, traders, and gamblers. 

If you promote Neteller, you can earn a revenue share from every deposit your referrals make to online merchants. 

Paynura affiliate network has one of the best Neteller affiliate offers in terms of: 
  • high revenue share
  • exclusive benefits for affiliates and new users
  • banners and landing pages
  • tracking, reporting, and payments
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