FreshForex waives commission fees on deposits via Neteller, China UnionPay

FreshForex waives commission fees on deposits via Neteller, China UnionPay

Forex broker FreshForex has cancelled commission fees on deposits via Neteller and China UnionPay, the broker said on Thursday in a notice.

The broker fully refunds commission payments to traders who fund their trading accounts using the two systems, as well as Visa or MasterCard bank cards, or Wallet One e-payment system. Transfer commissions are in the amount of 2.5% of the deposited funds.

A couple of days earlier, the broker said it has terminated working with Perfect Money and traders can no longer make deposits or withdrawals using this payment system. The reason for the termination is due to safety issues since the broker could not ensure the complete security and reliability of money transfers via Perfect Money, the notice indicated.

The broker offers more than 20 payment methods for deposits and withdrawals. It accepts customer deposits and allows withdrawals via several different bank cards – Visa, MasterCard, China UnionPay, and the FreshForex Mastercard. In addition, deposit and withdrawal payments can be made via bank wires or using various electronic payment systems – Neteller, OKPay, Wallet One, Webmoney, Skrill, and FasaPay.

FreshForex is the trade brand of Riston Capital, registered in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and headquartered in Russia. It is a member of the Russian self-regulatory organization Centre for Regulation in OTC Financial Instruments and Technologies (CRFIN). The broker offer forex and contracts for difference (CFDs) trading services. Traders can choose FreshForex’ trading accounts that fits their background – Classic for beginners, Market Pro for active traders, or ECN for professional and advanced traders.

Source: FreshForex

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