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Can withdrawals be processed in less than a day?

Calacti
Mar 05 at 07:41
37 messages
Marlonsmith posted:
Tyronemings654 posted:
donelderly posted:
BrantleyC posted:
i was baffled too, cysec and FCA are good ones to count as regulations or any broker per say.

That is right and I agree! Don’t know what I would’ve done without regulation. Can’t seem to put my trust just anywhere. Is that common?

Idk I'm kind of okay with any broker. These things don’t matter to me much. Just the trading conditions ought to be right.

Seriously it doesn’t matter to you? Ever thought what happens if your broker goes bankrupt? The regulated ones will not be using the client's funds and you’ll have a peace of mind that your money’s safe no matter what.

I’m all for regulated brokers. Can’t imagine trading where there’s no transparency and don’t know whether the broker is manipulating the market in their favor.

Sarjohn (Sarjohn)
Mar 06 at 09:02
149 messages
shaunmarsh posted:
Sarjohn posted:
First choose a regulated broker; they will care for your fund security and will process your withdrawal on the same day. It also depends on your withdrawal method you choose to withdraw.

I’ll be using my bank cards mostly, I mean no skrill type or bitcoin payments. And yes, I do intend to use a regulated broker exclusively. Quite particular on that, but that hasn’t proven to be a fast track method for me to receive my payments.

Sometime it takes more time, but with regulated broker your funds are safe atlaest.

shaunmarsh
Mar 08 at 12:24
65 messages
Sarjohn posted:
shaunmarsh posted:
Sarjohn posted:
First choose a regulated broker; they will care for your fund security and will process your withdrawal on the same day. It also depends on your withdrawal method you choose to withdraw.

I’ll be using my bank cards mostly, I mean no skrill type or bitcoin payments. And yes, I do intend to use a regulated broker exclusively. Quite particular on that, but that hasn’t proven to be a fast track method for me to receive my payments.

Sometime it takes more time, but with regulated broker your funds are safe atlaest.

With that I agree, and that is exactly why I am particular about regulations.

Sarjohn (Sarjohn)
Mar 10 at 08:18
149 messages
shaunmarsh posted:
Sarjohn posted:
shaunmarsh posted:
Sarjohn posted:
First choose a regulated broker; they will care for your fund security and will process your withdrawal on the same day. It also depends on your withdrawal method you choose to withdraw.

I’ll be using my bank cards mostly, I mean no skrill type or bitcoin payments. And yes, I do intend to use a regulated broker exclusively. Quite particular on that, but that hasn’t proven to be a fast track method for me to receive my payments.

Sometime it takes more time, but with regulated broker your funds are safe atlaest.

With that I agree, and that is exactly why I am particular about regulations.

Yes, security of funds is more important than time taken for withdrawal of funds.

hitterbull
Mar 11 at 09:40
32 messages
PensionPay posted:
shaunmarsh posted:
PensionPay posted:
Withdrawals can be processed on a day and you have your bank accounts credited same day. Most of the clients i trade for always have their accounts credited same day.

Who all are your experiences with?


Clients i trade for on icmarkets, hotforex do get sane day.

Yeah icmarkets is good with withdrawals.

Jude_craig
Mar 11 at 10:53
71 messages
Calacti posted:
Marlonsmith posted:
Tyronemings654 posted:
donelderly posted:
BrantleyC posted:
i was baffled too, cysec and FCA are good ones to count as regulations or any broker per say.

That is right and I agree! Don’t know what I would’ve done without regulation. Can’t seem to put my trust just anywhere. Is that common?

Idk I'm kind of okay with any broker. These things don’t matter to me much. Just the trading conditions ought to be right.

Seriously it doesn’t matter to you? Ever thought what happens if your broker goes bankrupt? The regulated ones will not be using the client's funds and you’ll have a peace of mind that your money’s safe no matter what.

I’m all for regulated brokers. Can’t imagine trading where there’s no transparency and don’t know whether the broker is manipulating the market in their favor.

What broker are you using?

pearlstephens
Mar 11 at 11:38
4 messages
hitterbull posted:
PensionPay posted:
shaunmarsh posted:
PensionPay posted:
Withdrawals can be processed on a day and you have your bank accounts credited same day. Most of the clients i trade for always have their accounts credited same day.

Who all are your experiences with?


Clients i trade for on icmarkets, hotforex do get sane day.

Yeah icmarkets is good with withdrawals.

Do they charge for withdrawals? Normally, the broker’s I’ve traded with, do

shaunmarsh
Mar 11 at 11:41
65 messages
Sarjohn posted:
shaunmarsh posted:
Sarjohn posted:
shaunmarsh posted:
Sarjohn posted:
First choose a regulated broker; they will care for your fund security and will process your withdrawal on the same day. It also depends on your withdrawal method you choose to withdraw.

I’ll be using my bank cards mostly, I mean no skrill type or bitcoin payments. And yes, I do intend to use a regulated broker exclusively. Quite particular on that, but that hasn’t proven to be a fast track method for me to receive my payments.

Sometime it takes more time, but with regulated broker your funds are safe atlaest.

With that I agree, and that is exactly why I am particular about regulations.

Yes, security of funds is more important than time taken for withdrawal of funds.

Well for me both are important, it can be so frustrating if you are not able to access your own capital on time.

lucasser
Mar 11 at 14:34
20 messages
The withdrawal process mostly depends on the broker you are using. I currently trade with FP Markets for more than seven months, and I'm able to withdraw in a day or two without any hassle.

hitterbull
Mar 12 at 10:06
32 messages
@Pearl No they don’t. But yes, the sending and withdrawal payment gateways can charge their share of the fee.

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