Bladiminmunro posted: 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.
If brokers hide the reality, please let me know from where I can get the correct information about their offerings?
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?
Not sure about Icm but I have accounts with Fxtm and Fxview. I keep trying different modes so with my e wallet, it took about a day or two to process withdrawals with Fxtm. Later, I tried Fxview via bank transfer and I remember it took about a day for the withdrawals to process. I’m okay with these brokers for the time being since the withdrawals aren’t an issue.
Georgegiffen43 posted: No, I haven’t found any broker that goes easy on the payments and withdrawals. Sometimes it even takes about a week for a payment to process. Anyway, I’m open to suggestions too here. Thanks.
Yeah, it will take that much time. You should've asked your broker before. Always do your research when looking for a broker. Analyse their services and trading conditions.
robindude posted: Depending on the brokers, but the user above me had said it correctly, that sometimes some broker tends to say something like that only for it to takes 2-3 days atleast. Not all brokers are like that.
Have you used brokers which aren’t like that? If yes, then I would appreciate names please, thanks.
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