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Forex Broker Abshire-Smith Adds Skrill to Deposit Methods

Abshire-Smith, the London-headquartered Forex broker, has added Skrill (formerly known as Moneybookers) to its lineup of methods for funding of trading accounts.
 
Clients with the broker who have virtual accounts with Skrill, can now use funds from these accounts to deposit money with Abshire-Smith and support their trading. 
 
Skrill is good option for depositing funds into one's account for many reasons. For openers, as any other online wallet (for example, PayPal), Skrill allows very fast (nearly instant) money transfer – this surely gives this payment system an edge over traditional bank wire, which takes at least a couple of days for the processing of the transfer. Then, there is the plus of Skrill allowing anonymous and safe transfer. When I said “safe”, I meant that Skrill is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, one of the watchdogs with the biggest regulatory teeth you've ever seen. Hence, you can be calm about your money's fate. 
 
The only condition you should explore is the commission, which is sometimes applied depending on the sum transfered via Skrill. For a full list of Forex brokers offering Skrill as a payment option, click here.
 
Commenting on the addition of the new payment method, Abshire-Smith's chief executive Adam Neal said the move would be a piece of good news to those traders who have been unable to open an account with the broker due to inability to use traditional bank-to-bank transfers. Now, the client base of the broker will increase, Neal forecasts.
 
Those of you who have interest in checking out the offerings of the broker would perhaps like to know that the company offers trading on the impressive three platforms: the popular Metatrader 4 (MT4); its VertexFX10, built in collaboration with Hybrid-Solutions; as well as Straticator, a truly innovative solution. 
 

About Abshire-Smith

 
Abshire-Smith, established in 2011, is Forex broker which is authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority under reference number 590890. The company has its headquarters in  in the City of London, England. The broker provide access to the financial markets to its clients through three trading platforms (VertexFX10, Straticator and MetaTrader 4), platform bridges and FIX/API connections.
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