Cyprus-based forex broker FXPRIMUS has eliminated all withdrawal fees paid by its customers as of 8 December, the broker said on Thursday, adding that it will pay any withdrawal-related fees imposed by banks and other payment service providers.
The broker’s clients can make withdrawals via bank wire, debit card and local bank transfer.
FXPRIMUS noted that, as a safety measure, it has partnered with Boudica Client Trust, a Cypriot boutique international fiduciary service provider, which implements a third-party monitoring on all client withdrawal activities, without delays to the client.
The brokers supports various deposit payment methods – from the traditional bank transfers and bank cards, to more modern methods, like e-payments via YuuPayOut, Skrill, Neteller, FasaPay, ClickandBuy, UnionPay, Ezeebill, Payoneer, and the digital currency Bitcoin.
Meanwhile, IC Markets, a forex broker based in Australia, announced recently it has removed all fees for deposit payments through debit and credit cards.
FXPRIMUS provides trading services for forex, commodities, energies and indices. It is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and can offer its services to clients from all EU member states.