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Can withdrawals be processed in less than a day?

colininghrams
Jan 21 at 07:42
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Markwoods posted:
Freshforex takes only few minutes and charges no commissions. Amarkets - just about an hour

This makes no sense because where withdrawals actually get stuck is at third party. So you ought to to check with your bank how much time they would take. And obviously there will be no movement on weekends. Even if brokers like Roboforex say they do the processing on the weekends too.

jasonmark409
Jan 21 at 10:47
29 messages
colininghrams posted:
Markwoods posted:
Freshforex takes only few minutes and charges no commissions. Amarkets - just about an hour

This makes no sense because where withdrawals actually get stuck is at third party. So you ought to to check with your bank how much time they would take. And obviously there will be no movement on weekends. Even if brokers like Roboforex say they do the processing on the weekends too.

Amarkets and Fxview I actually found to be standing up to their claims of quick withdrawals. Maximum I have had to wait is 3 days with a weekend involved.

Shaunmaxi
Jan 21 at 12:23
28 messages
Roboforex is I believe good. They give absolutely free withdrawals on some days, think it’s 2 days in a month.

gildlef
Jan 22 at 11:12
27 messages
There would be a lot of brokers that offer same day withdrawals. You can check some of their other features also and see which one works best for you.

shaunmarsh
Jan 22 at 12:24
65 messages
Dorigda posted:
As for me, it is important how quickly the funds are paid out.

Yes, that is precisely my point. A broker should at least have a faster withdrawal option for the clients. What brokers have you tried so far?

jasonmark409
Jan 25 at 09:10
29 messages
Shaunmaxi posted:
Roboforex is I believe good. They give absolutely free withdrawals on some days, think it’s 2 days in a month.

What’s their withdrawal fee otherwise? Wouldn’t mind roping them in for an additional account, especially considering the leverage they are giving. As per my current brokers, Fxview is not charging me anything. I just pay the $50 visa fee. With Amarkets it’s percentage based. Can expect anything between 2 - 4%. So anything in this range is good for me.

Numeromatt
Jan 25 at 10:59
38 messages
feelsofine posted:
Some brokers like fxview, icm give the amount to your account in less than 24 hours.

I don’t know about Fxview, but doesn’t ICM have a nasty reputation of taking weeks for withdrawals?

Garrywilson
Jan 25 at 13:20
37 messages
I think most withdrawals depend upon the mode of payment you’ve used. It does take some time so there’s that.

AliaDare
Jan 25 at 17:08
409 messages
The broker I trade with gives me a same-day withdrawal. This is the honesty of that broker.

Bladiminmunro
Jan 27 at 05:18
59 messages
The best thing to do is look for certain conditions in a broker and pay special attention to payments and withdrawals. Sometimes, brokers claim to have fast withdrawals but then it actually takes about 4 to 5 days for it to process. Do check the processing time, the payment options, the transaction fee and the amount of transaction. Many brokers tend to set a limit on payments and withdrawals. Need to stay aware of it.

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