Grand Capital adds BRI bank payments for Indonesia clients

Grand Capital adds BRI bank payments for Indonesia clients

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Grand Capital, an offshore broker of forex and contracts for difference (CFDs), said on Wednesday it has introduced a new type of payment method available for clients in Indonesia – BRI bank. This was made possible as a result of the broker’s newly-announced partnership with iTukar Indonesia, one of Indonesia’s largest exchange systems. 

Traders with Grand Capital can fund their trading accounts or withdraw funds, using BRI bank.

“This partnership enabled us to add another convenient payment option – now BRI bank account holders can deposit and withdraw funds from their Grand Capital trading accounts through iTukar exhange system,” the broker said in a statement.

Indonesians can use several different payment systems to deposit and withdraw fudns from Grand Capital, exclusively available for the region. These are banks BRI, BNI, Bank Central Asia (BCA) and Mandiri bank, as well as e-wallet FasaPay. Since the beginning of the month, the broker has expanded its offering with three payment methods, since it added BNI and Mandirir banks just recently.

iTukar also supports BCA, Mandiri and BNI banks and payments via any of these methods are

In addition, Grand Capital also supports deposits and withdrawals via bank transfers and bank cards, Western Union and MoneyGram, e-payment systems OKPay, Neteller, FasaPay, WebMoney, UnionPay, Yandex.Money, Skrill, and others.

Grand Capital is based and incorporated in the Seychelles and has offices across Europe and Asia. It provides financial, educational and brokerage services and offers trading in forex, binary options and contracts for difference (CFDs) on stocks, gold, oil, lumber and forex instruments. It provides a few different programs for  affiliate partners.

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