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FXTM announces no-fee deposits, instant withdrawals

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May 13, 2015 | 12:00 am
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International forex broker, ForexTime (FXTM), has announced the launch of a new initiative with no-fee deposits and instant withdrawals, which is now available to all traders using the FXTM trading platform.

ForexTime clients can now enjoy trading the full amounts deposited into their accounts at no extra cost, since the international forex broker has vouched to refund its clients all extra fees charged by their payment processors during the deposit process.

In addition to no-fee deposits, FXTM has also introduced new procedures that expedite the withdrawal process from clients’ trading accounts to their corresponding eWallet accounts, making their money available nearly instantaneously.

Valeriya Kolesnik, head of customer relations division, says: “At ForexTime, client satisfaction has always been our number one priority. We understand that traders don’t like to pay fees on deposits to their trading accounts and for that reason we are offering no-fee deposits by refunding all charges incurred from our clients’ payment processors. Moreover, the accelerated withdrawal processes for funds withdrawn to eWallet accounts highlight our company’s core value that- in forex trading – time is money.”

Understanding that time is of the essence in the currency markets, ForexTime always strives to provide efficient trading solutions that save traders time. With seven types of accounts and over 100 trading instruments, along with free market analysis and educational resources, FXTM keeps traders constantly updated with the latest tools and information they need on a daily basis.

 


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