Skrill launches ‘Knect’ next-level rewards programme

Skrill has launched its ‘Knect’ customer loyalty programme including the most comprehensive rewards scheme for modern digital consumers and merchants.

The Paysafe Group subsidiary details that its new Knect programme has been developed to reward customer loyalty with Skrill partners by providing players with further value on their payment transactions.

The Knect programme allows Skrill customers to earn points for using their wallet or prepaid MasterCard. Points will be able to be exchanged for e-money rewards, discounts or gift cards with participating Skrill merchants.

Commenting on the launch, Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO of Skrill and Income Access at Paysafe, said: “I’m extremely excited to be able to recognise and reward our customers and do that through the launch of Skrill Knect. From today, all Skrill customers will be able to enjoy exciting, relevant rewards just by using their digital wallet or prepaid Mastercard.”

Knect has been pushed live within thirty European countries including the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Austria, with Skrill maintaining that Knect will shortly act as its lead loyalty programme across active markets.

Further value sees Knect reward all customer ‘money movements’ related to their day-to-day transactions including wallet deposits, withdrawals, cryptocurrency transactions, person-to-person payments and prepaid card transactions.

Pellegrino added: “Skrill Knect doesn’t just benefit our customers, but our partners too. We’re keen to work with existing and new merchants and brands to deliver the right reward to the right customer at the right time.”

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