Ok, then randomly that person entered corrected email, the same as registered at FBS trading account: email@example.comDo you know 'Skrill payment by guest'?? - of course you should if claim yourself as a financial business professional or anyone who has basic financial sense - but sure you shall pretend not knowing it as it serves your misleading ans scamming purpose as usual!
Now listen carefully (though you already know it pretty clearly): Skrill allows people to make credit card payment via them as a GUEST and you DO NOT need an account with Skrill - and you can enter any random email address while making the payment!
And stop playing dumb or treating the public dumb: of course the PAYMENT itself is automatic - not just Skrill, credit card, e-wallet and even bank transfer are all automatic as once you send the money it's gone and you will receive it - but the money wouldn't and shouldn't go to the trading account directly, it will just reach your bank accounts/e-wallet - and then it is your LEGAL OBLIGATION to check where the money come from and if it should be deposited to some trading account! If you receive money which the sender's name is different than one trading account's name, then it is a scam and breach of Anti-money Laundering Laws- and that's what you have exactly committed!
In our system this payment was made by Skrill and not by credit or debit card! So, all the checks were to be done by Skrill!
It is not prohibited to trade different trading accounts from the same computer, but you claimed that FBS had stollen money from yoru credit card, but the money had been deposited to trading account that was traded from your computer!