The UK forex broker FXOpen announced it has simplified the terms for withdrawing money from client accounts via credit and/or debit cards. More specifically, it has canceled the requirement for waiting 30 days after the date of the last deposit. Now funds can be withdrawn at any time, as long as the deposit and withdrawal are made via the same card.
If deposits were made from different credit/debit cards, FXOpen will deal with each case on an individual basis.
If a deposit is made by a credit/debit card, but the client wishes to make a withdrawal by another means, the 30-day waiting period remains in effect.
Other means of withdrawal are via a bank transfer and the electronic payment systems OKPAY, Yandex Money, WebMoney, Neteller, Skrill, QIWI Wallet, Perfect Money, Payza, FasaPay and in Bitcoin, Litecoin and Namecoin. The broker accepts deposits via bank transfers, China Union Pay, credit and debit cards, the electronic payment systems OKPAY, Yandex Money, WebMoney, Neteller, Skrill, QIWI Wallet, Perfect Money, Payza, FasaPay, SorexPay and IntellectMoney, RBKMoney and the cryptocurrencies Bitcoin, Litecoin and Namecoin.
FXOpen is regulated by UK’s FCA. It offers forex and CFD trade, via ECN and STP accounts with different level of experience and investment.
In the end of March it joined the partnership program of the forex rebate service provider PayBackFX and in February slashed the commissions for ECN accounts. More recently FXOpen started offering trading in the cryptocurrencies dash and ether.