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FBS Boosts Line-up of Payment Methods with NETELLER

FBS, the Belize-registered Forex broker, today announced the addition of NETELLER to the list of methods that its clients can use to deposit and withdraw money from their trading accounts.

 

Perhaps you are aware that NETELLER is an online payment system of the popular e-wallet type, which makes it similar to some extent to Skrill and PayPal. Basically, NETELLER allows you to set up a dedicated account, from which you can transmit funds to other accounts within the NETELLER network, as well as deposit and withdraw funds from merchants such as FBS. 

 

The main advantage of NETELLER alike other online wallets, is the speed – it usually takes about a couple of hours to process your payment, which is crucial in case you're threatened by a margin call or need to enhance your equity before opening a position of big size. Actually, NETELLER is among the fastest money transfer methods available at FBS, along with Skrill and credit/debit cards. The latter, however, imply certain commissions, which makes transactions more expensive – there's no such thing with NETELLER, which involves no commissions.

 

May of you may be worried about the safety of their payments, due to some unfortunate experience with, say, credit cards, in the past. I'll try to provide some relief, as NETELLER is operated by Optimal Payments Limited, authorized by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom. The company has a good record in terms of catering for the safety of one's money transfers.  

 

If you decide to use this payment method with FBS, bear in mind that the minimum deposit to open   a Micro account is $5 and the one for an Unlimited account is $1,000. There is also a minimal withdrawal threshold, which stands at $1 for NETELLER.

 

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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