UK-regulated forex broker Z.com Trade accepts deposit payments via Skrill e-wallet

UK-regulated forex broker Z.com Trade accepts deposit payments via Skrill e-wallet

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UK-registered forex broker GMO-Z.com Trade, operating as Z.com Trade, said on Friday it has started accepting deposit payments via Skrill e-payment system. All payments made through Skrill will not be subject to handling charges.

In addition, Z.com Trade also allows its clients to fund their trading accounts bank wire transfers and China UnionPay.

Z.com Trade only accepts deposit payments in US dollars (USD). There are no minimum initial deposit requirements. It offers a single accont type to all clients.

Skrill is among the most widely-used digital payment methods in the forex trading market. It was set up in 2001 as Moneybookers and got rebranded in 2010. It allows money transfers in nearly 200 countries and 40 currencies. The company is headquartered in London and has offices in Europe and the US. Other brokers that suppot this payment method include XM, FxPro, IronFX, FXTM, HotForex, and FX Choice.

Z.com is the global brand of GMO CLICK. It is owned by the Japanese forex brokerage group GMO CLICK Holdings.

The London-based broker is regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). It offers trading services, including forex, contracts for difference (CFDs), and financial spread betting

GMO Click Holdings, set up in 2012, consists of the companies GMO Click Securities (Tokyo), FX Prime (Tokyo), GMO Click Hong Kong (Hong Kong), GMO Click Bullion (Hong Kong), and GMO-Z.com Trade (London).

Source: Z.com Trade

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