Forex broker FBS adds AstroPay e-payment system for clients in Latin America

Forex broker FBS adds AstroPay e-payment system for clients in Latin America

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FBS AstroPay

Offshore forex broker FBS said on Tuesday it has expanded its payment service offering in Latin America with the addition of AstroPay. The broker’s clients can now fund their trading accounts using the online payment system.

AstroPay, based in the UK, is used by thousands of clients in the Latin America region who can choose from a number of local payment methods in local currencies. In these markets most popular solutions are usually not available.

Following are the local partners of AstroPay in Latin America by country:

AstroPay operates in Latin American countries through a number of local partners.
AstroPay operates in Latin American countries through a number of local partners.

FBS pointed as an advantage to its clients from Brazil that they can use Boleto, a popular local payment solutions provider, fund their accounts via AstroPay.

The broker has a general list of payment methods that clients from anywhere can use. It accepts payments and allows withdrawals via Visa and MasterCard bank cards and wire transfers, as well as e-wallets Neteller, Skrill, WebMoney, Perfect Money, OKPay, SahibExchange, and Zaw Forex Service. Deposits are also allowed via Yuu Collect.

FBS is a trading brand of FBS Markets. It is entirely focused on forex trading instruments. It is present in more than 120 countries worldwide and has more than 600 trading and partner accounts opened on a daily basis. The broker is regulated by the International Financial Services Commission (IFSC) of Belize, an offshore destination for forex brokers, and is a member of the Russian self-regulatory organization Centre for Regulation in OTC Financial Instruments and Technologies (CRFIN).

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