AMarkets offers a wide range of convenient payment methods to deposit and withdraw funds.
However, we recommend that you choose your payment option carefully as your withdrawal method must be the same as your deposit method.
For example, if you funded your trading account using a bank card, then to make a withdrawal, you must use one of your verified bank cards. Or, if you made a deposit using an electronic payment system, for example, WebMoney, then to withdraw funds, you will need to use your WebMoney purse.
If you funded your trading account using several payment methods, the funds’ withdrawal must be made in the respective proportion. Profit earned using the funds deposited via different payment methods will be available for withdrawal in the respective proportion.
You deposited $1,000 through your bank card and $500 via your WebMoney purse.
You have earned a $300 profit.
Thus, you can withdraw $1,200 to a bank card and $600 to WebMoney.
Please note that to fund your trading account, you are only allowed to use payment methods (bank cards, e-wallets and bank details) registered in your name. Third-party funding is not accepted.
When choosing a payment method, we recommend that you pay attention to several important aspects, namely:
- convenience of a payment method;
- transaction limits;
- withdrawal fees.
When choosing a payment method for funds deposit and withdrawal, we recommend using your most preferred and familiar option, for example, a bank card or any payment system where you already have a verified wallet.
AMarkets cooperates with multiple payment processing services that allow clients to fund their accounts and withdraw profit using bank cards. It’s worth noting each payment processor has a withdrawal limit per transaction (usually $1,000 or currency equivalent). If a client wants to withdraw an amount that exceeds the withdrawal limit, he has to make several withdrawal requests.
At the same time, all AMarkets clients can use alternative payment methods (for funds deposit and withdrawal), such as PerfectMoney, WebMoney, Neteller, Skrill, FasaPay. Transactions can be made both in traditional currency and cryptocurrency: USDT, Etherium, Litecoin and BTC.
Common trading expenses include withdrawal fees, i.e., commission charged by the payment system when executing a withdrawal request.
We are pleased to inform you that AMarkets compensates its clients for payment systems’ deposit fees and commissions.
Electronic payment systems charge smaller withdrawal fees compared to bank cards. Current withdrawal fees are indicated in the Trading > Withdraw funds section on the AMarkets website.