FX Choice adds Perfect Money, PaySafeCard online payment systems

FX Choice adds Perfect Money, PaySafeCard online payment systems

FX Choice, a forex broker licensed in Belize, has added Perfect Money and PaySafeCard to its deposit payment methods, the broker said in a notice on Wednesday. Clients can also make withdrawals using the Perfect Money system.

FX Choice accepts via PaySafeCard payments in USD, EUR and GPB, according to data published on its website. The broker has provided no such information for Perfect Money.

Perfect Money allows instant payments at fees for internel transfers of maximum 1.99% of the transferred amount for unverified accounts and 0.5% for verified users, which is lower compared to other payment systems.

PaySafeCard, on the other hand, is a prepaid payment method. There are no bank account or card requirements for using the system. Fund transfers via PaySafeCard are subject to a fee of 10% from the total amount.

The broker’s clients can also fund their accounts via wire transfers, Visa and MasterCard bank cards and e-wallets Skrill, Neteller, POLi, and FasaPay, as well as in Bitcoin currency.

Withdrawals can be made using wire transfers, Skrill, Netelleer, FasaPay, and Perfect Money.

FX Choice’s clients can open trading accounts in USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, CAD and Bitcoin with a minimum required deposit of $100 or equivalent.

FX Choice is registered in Belize and authorized by the local International Financial Services Commission (IFSC). It is a broker of forex, binary options, precious metals and future based contracts for difference (CFDs). It also provides a Myfxbook AutoTrade service for authomated trade copying.

On average, FX Choice processes more than 10,000 digital transactions per day. The broker’s clients can choose between Classic and Pro accounts, as well as Binary Option and Demo accounts.

Source: FX Choice

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