Z.com Trade now accepts debit/credit cards as a payment method

Z.com Trade now accepts debit/credit cards as a payment method

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Z.com Trade, a UK-based subsidiary of GMO Click Holdings Inc (TYO:7177), has added credit/debit card payment option. Now clients of the broker can fund their accounts with Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and Visa Electron cards with  no transaction fee charged.

In order to deposit funds to their accounts with a debit/credit card, traders have to follow a couple of simple steps:

  • Access Z.com Trade secure deposit form and input their name and MT4 User ID;

  • Fill in their card details on the payment page;

  • When the broker’s system successfully verifies your payment, the deposit will be automatically credited to the trading account.

Other payment methods supported by the Z.Com Trade include bank wire transfer and e-wallets Skrill and UnionPay.

This move is yet another improvement of Z.com Trade’s services. Earlier this month, the broker expanded its CFD offering with UK100 and GER30, two of the most popular stock indices.

Z.com Trade is a London-based forex broker, part of the Japanese group GMO Click. It offers a single fixed spread account on the MetaTrader 4 platform with leverage up to 1:200 and operates on a Straight Through Processing (STP) model.

The GMO Click Group was established in 2003 and is now one of the largest forex providers worldwide. Apart from Z.com Trade UK Limited., the group includes GMO Click Securities Incthe largest FX broker in terms of trading volumes, Hong Kong-based GMO-Z.com Forex HK Limited, GMO-Z.com Bullion HK Limited, and FX PRIME by GMO Corporation. GMO CLICK Holdings, Inc., the parent company of the group, is listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange (TYO:7177) and is currently the largest Japanese FX broker in terms of Market Capitalization.

Source:Z.com Trade

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