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FXTM expands payment options with Thai system MyPay

Global forex broker FXTM announced it has added the popular e-payment service provider MyPay as a payment option for its clients in Thailand. Through MyPay FXTM's clients can make both deposits and withdrawals.


The transfers can be made in Thai Baht (THB) and they will be automatically converted to and from the account's base currency into THB at the current exchange rates.


“This new addition to FXTM’s ever-growing list of withdrawal options directly reflects our commitment to being the global broker with a local touch, delivering a superior trading experience to clients across the globe,” FXTM noted in its statement.


With its 700 terminals, MyPay has the largest payment terminal network in Thailand. It also provides applications for mobile payments and services to online stores.


FXTM has a wide selection of payment methods and supports other major payment systems, including bank cards Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and China UnionPay, as well as bank transfers and several online payment systems – Neteller, Skrill, WebMoney, Qiwi, Payza, Yandex.Money, Dotpay, Wester Union Quick Pay, and Alfa-Click.

 

ForexTime Limited, doing business as FXTM, is a global and award-winning broker with clients from over 180 countries. It is licensed and regulated by the Cyprus Commodities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) as a Cypriot Investment Firm. What is more, the broker got is licensed by the Financial Services Board (FSB) of South Africa previous year. In 2016 FXTM has also set up a London-based unit


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