How do I use Klarna (DIRECTebanking / Sofort├╝berweisung) to make a quick deposit?

What is Klarna (DIRECTebanking / Sofortüberweisung)?  
Klarna is a web-based payment service that allows both Verified and Unverified members in Austria, Belgium or Germany who have a bank account from that country to quickly add funds to their NETELLER Account directly from their personal bank account. 
How do I deposit by Klarna?
  1. Select Klarna from the Money In section of your NETELLER account.
  2. Select Deposit now under Klarna.
  3. Enter the amount you wish to deposit and click Continue.
  4. You will now confirm the details of your deposit. As long as you have entered your information correctly, click Continue. To change any of your details, select Change Details.
  5. By selecting Continue you will be connected you to your online banking site where you can complete the transaction.
  6. Once you’ve completed the deposit from your banking site, your NETELLER Account will provide the transaction information for your reference. We recommend printing this page or saving it, as NETELLER does not send an email confirmation of the deposit.
How long does a Klarna deposit take?
This is a quick deposit option. Funds deposited will arrive into your NETELLER Account immediately. You can only make one deposit at a time. Once that transaction has been accepted or declined, you may initiate another Klarna.
What are the limits and the fees?
The best place to check the limits for any deposit option is the Money In section of your account. By clicking on the relevant deposit option, you will be able to see your deposit limits in accordance with your account status and deposit tries.
Once an unverified member has reached their deposit limit, they will need to verify their account in order to continue using the service.
All limits are based on rolling periods.
For the deposit fee, please check the Money In section of your account or click here.
Your bank may apply fees for electronic fund transfers. Note, all Klarna deposits are made in Euro (EUR).