The Client may deposit funds into the Client Account at any time during the course of this Agreement. Deposits will be accepted by bank transfer, Swift, E-wallet, debit / credit card or any other method of electronic money transfer (where the originator is the Client) acceptable by the Company from time to time. The Company shall credit the Client Account within one Business Day after the amount is cleared in the bank account of the Company with the relevant amount. The relevant amount will be net of any transfer fees or other charges incurred by the Company that are imposed by the Institution (or intermediary involved in the process) that holds the Funds.
The Company will not accept third party or anonymous payments of funds in the Client Account.
The client accepts that the Funds shall be deposited in his/her trading account only if the Company is satisfied that the sender of the Funds is the client or his/ her authorized representative; if the Company is not satisfied as to the above then the Company has the right to reject the Funds and return them to the remitter net of any transfer fees or other charges incurred by the Company, using the same transfer method as the one through which it originally received the Funds.
You will not be able to trade until your account has been activated.
The Client can deposit funds into their margin account though our website once they have logged in to their personal account.
We accept the following debit and credit cards for USD/EUR, with no fees or commissions, and instant processing time:
To fund your account with us, log in to the FXPN portal by using your log in credentials that were sent to you via email when you registered, proceed to My Wallet> Deposit funds and click your choice of deposit method from the list available. We will send you an email with the login details of your FXPN portal upon completing your registration – use those credentials. If you have lost your log in credentials, send an email to [email protected].
Credit/debit cards usually hold a monthly maximum spending limit of 20,000 units. Funds exceeding this level may be refunded to the card used for such deposit.
We accept payments by wire transfers in various currencies to our bank accounts. Bank account details will be provided upon registration
The Company will effect withdrawals of Client funds upon the receipt of an application for withdrawal made via the Company Online Trading System (if available at the time).
The client accepts that withdrawal of any part of the Funds shall be concluded using the same transfer method and the same remitter as the one which the Company originally received the Funds from; under such circumstances, the Company shall return the part of the Funds requested net of any transfer fees or other charges incurred by the Company.
The Company reserves the right to decline a withdrawal request of the Client asking for a specific transfer method and the Company has the right to suggest an alternative.
In the case where there is a request for transfer of funds between clients’ accounts, then the involved parties need to submit a signed instruction form to the company’s back office department requesting the transaction.
The company, at its sole discretion, has the right of rejecting such request especially in the basis that the Compliance officer is not confident on the legality of the transaction.
Should you require any further information and/or have any questions about the Policy please direct your request and/or questions to [email protected].
The “Company, accepts wire transfers from clients in the following currencies: Euro (“EUR”), Great Britain Pounds (“GBP”), United States Dollar (“USD”), and Swiss Franc (“CHF”).
The below is applicable for clients depositing in a currency different than their Trading Platform (TP) Account Currency. The conversion shall be based on the most recent ECB rates.
Leverate Financial Services Limited, trading as FXPN, Basel Capital Markets, Direktbroker-fx and Bein Markets, is currently unable (i) to provide any regulated financial services to residents of the United Kingdom, (ii) onboard any new clients from other jurisdictions.