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Can withdrawals be processed in less than a day?

Georgegiffen43
Feb 01 at 12:07
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christielowe posted:
Numeromatt posted:
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?

I like everything about IC Markets except their slowness when it comes to taking your money off. To me it seems like it takes ages.

I agree, but withdrawal is a deal breaker for me. Your broker’s gotta be quick, that’s for sure. This is with everything - customer response, execution, all the works.

78678676 (78678676)
Feb 02 at 10:22
64 ieraksti
Georgegiffen43 posted:
christielowe posted:
Numeromatt posted:
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?

I like everything about IC Markets except their slowness when it comes to taking your money off. To me it seems like it takes ages.

I agree, but withdrawal is a deal breaker for me. Your broker’s gotta be quick, that’s for sure. This is with everything - customer response, execution, all the works.

Which broker are you using?

Rogerwood465
Feb 03 at 05:49
22 ieraksti
vanzadorbey posted:
if you are not in a scam broker...you can easily withdraw your funds...
Go with a broker that is regulated...I would not suggest using broker that has establisment offshore...

I don’t think there’s anything wrong with going offshore, privacy is one big plus, then there’s complete protection of assets.

Harrylam887
Feb 03 at 09:14
18 ieraksti
Rogerwood465 posted:
vanzadorbey posted:
if you are not in a scam broker...you can easily withdraw your funds...
Go with a broker that is regulated...I would not suggest using broker that has establisment offshore...

I don’t think there’s anything wrong with going offshore, privacy is one big plus, then there’s complete protection of assets.

And also I would add flexibility and range in terms of investment options with brokers like hotforex, fxview, xtb etc.

Jakemark
Feb 03 at 11:11
37 ieraksti
Harrylam my only issue with such brokers is the high leverage that they offer, it is way too tempting and way too dangerous.

Garrywilson
Feb 03 at 13:21
37 ieraksti
Jakemark posted:
Harrylam my only issue with such brokers is the high leverage that they offer, it is way too tempting and way too dangerous.

Don’t forget about the legal concerns.

Bladiminmunro
Feb 04 at 05:32
59 ieraksti
I think if the trading conditions are right, the location of the broker shouldn’t matter.

Bladiminmunro
Feb 05 at 05:42
59 ieraksti
Okay, now I'm wondering if any broker would allow me to use a different method to withdraw than the one I use to deposit.

Breonnataylor
Feb 05 at 06:40
28 ieraksti
That’s hardly possible. Usually brokers use a payment method that is directly proportional to the deposits which means the same e-wallet, bank account, or card.

Bladiminmunro
Feb 05 at 07:14
59 ieraksti
Breonnataylor posted:
That’s hardly possible. Usually brokers use a payment method that is directly proportional to the deposits which means the same e-wallet, bank account, or card.

But what if I still have open positions? Can I still withdraw the money?

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