payball is good. unfortunatelly not very common in brokers wrold
stevewalker posted: we cant balme any broker due to transfer costs. I had read many reviews about those with many broker wire transfer costs will always be in this bussines. its banks charge us. I dont trust on brokers those pay those costs by their own means free to customer. those then will be reduced from somewhere else. in reality this must be called as hidden fee instead of bank transfer.
we should acknowledge that broker should also make profit but also surly without rubbing clients :)
That's the thing. Solid broker has to allow more ways for money transfer than old creepy slow costly bank transfer. eToro as a broker is very poor. eToro in terms of deposit withdrawal is just amazing. Deposit and withdrawal via Paypal. Fast and free.
stevewalker posted: a friendly advise if your broker offers BONUS close your account & leave no more comment needed
I have some cent account with forex4you. I did not expect much but as a broker it works well even though they offer bonus. You can select bonus size. I fulfilled couple of bonuses requirements and these were credited to my account;) Still I am talking about cents:_)
there is nothing rude with my post it was a clear question means broker is not your father. I am turkish & I undersand what you mean but I am not that kind. dotn get words upside down. ıf I wnat to be rude I would not talk about ftahers. hope I am clear!!
stevewalker posted: is broker your father to give you money!? who gives other money without something1? smart up if broker gives you bonus means it will tkae it back + your initial deposit
Broker gives bonus to attract more clients , its 2 edged sward you can cut your account or make some more profits with it , all depends on your skills.
@stevewalker that father part of your post is pretty much rude i hope all is OK with your life.
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