Forex broker FXCL Markets adds Skrill for deposits, withdrawals

Forex broker FXCL Markets adds Skrill for deposits, withdrawals

Forex brokerage FXCL Markets said on Tuesday it has added online payment system Skrill to its portfolio of deposit and withdrawal methods. Skrill accounts can be funded using Visa and MasterCard bank cards.

The broker will covers all commission fees for deposits of over $100 for the next three months.

Now FXCL’s clients can choose from 12 different methods to fund their accounts and to make withdrawals. In addition to Skrill, the broker also supports Neteller, WebMoney, Wire Transfer, OKPAY, PerfectMoney, Yandex.Money, Comepay, Contact24, UnionPay, AstroPay for Latin countries, and Local Banking for Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Bangladesh.

Skrill is among the most widely-used digital payment methods in the forex trading market. It was set up in 2001 as Moneybookers and got rebranded in 2010. It allows money transfers in nearly 200 countries and 40 currencies. The company is headquartered in London and has offices in Europe and the US.

FXCL is an online forex broker that serves clients from more than 50 countries worldwide. It is based in Belize, which is known as an offshore forex destination. The broker is regulated by Belize’s International Financial Services Commission (IFSC).

Its clients can open deposits with as low as $1 and choose between Micro Cent, Mini and three ECN trading accounts -Light, Interbank, and Scalpint. FXCL charges no commissions and uses the MetaTrader 4 (MT4), which is the most popular forex trading platform.

Source: FXCL

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