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FBS Smiles to Arab Traders with New Forex Deposit Options

FBS, the global Forex broker, has reached out a helping hand to traders from the Arab world by offering them two new deposit methods that will allow payments in local currencies. The two new funding options are EgyBank and Dr-Exchanger – the two companies allow for exchange of currencies across all the Arab countries, with people able to deposit from local banks. Amid the perks of the new methods is that they are online based which means instant processing of transactions and safety of transfers. In addition, FBS promises low fees for deposits with the new methods. 

 
This is the second time that FBS reaches out to traders in the Arab world, offering them easier ways to fund their accounts. In November 2013, the broker added cashU – the online payment system, to its lineup of deposit methods. This is another convenient funding option for those living and trading in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Moreover, the broker pays back all of the commissions for depositing with this system. 
 
EgyBank and Dr-Exchanger add to the 33 deposit options already available at FBS – this broker really goes for diversity, as you can see. You can make use of funding methods ranging from the old-fashioned bank wire to online wallets like Skrill and Neteller
 
And while we are discussing deposits, you may like to know it takes only $5 to open a Micro account with FBS, with the broker currently running a promotion that gives you a $5 bonus if you open such an account. You can also check out other campaigns – for instance, the one for a 30% deposit bonus.
 
FBS's reaching out to the Arab traders is not a random occurrence. The broker has felt the pulse of a booming market. It's true that the traders in the region are more experienced with commodities speculation (crude oil, in particular) but the Forex sector has been enjoying growing interest over the past couple of years. 
 
 
 

About FBS

 
FBS is a global forex brokerage house that provides investment services to international customers. The broker offers STP/ECN execution, tight fixed and variable spreads and professional customer support. At FBS, traders can sign up for three different account types: micro, standard and ECN/STP. The platform supported by the broker is Metatrader 4 (MT4).
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