Making Deposits To Your Account
Markets Trading offers a variety of secure deposit options. Find out the different ways you can safely deposit funds into your Markets Trading account.
To start trading on our platform and to take advantage of the many lucrative trading opportunities, you need to fund your trading account by making a deposit. By partnering with a number of major financial institutions, Markets Trading gives you a choice of several convenient, trusted and secure ways to add funds to your trading account. It is important to note that the minimum deposit amount accepted on our platform is $/€/£250, depending on the currency you selected at registration.
Deposit via a Credit/ Debit Card
At Markets Trading, we accept deposits via all the major credit and debit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Visa Electron, JCB and Maestro. Please note that we will only accept deposits made from a credit card with the exact name as the one in your Markets Trading registration details. Credit card deposits are reflected in your trading balance within a few minutes, enabling you to trade immediately.
Deposit via Wire Transfer from your Bank
A wire transfer of funds to your trading account can be initiated successfully from any bank account with an International Bank Account Number (IBAN) feature. Remember that funds deposited by wire transfer could take up to 5 business days to reflect in your trading balance. To speed up the process, please ensure that you email a copy of the SWIFT to us after completing the transfer. Please also note that the minimum deposit by wire transfer is $/€/£500.
Deposit via eWallet
The use of Skrill, CashU, Neteller or other eWallet services, offers an effective and reliable way to quickly fund your Markets Trading account. Not only is this method simple and hassle-free, it also reduces your personal risk by keeping your financial details private. It is also the fastest way to load funds into your trading account, since the money appears in your account balance almost instantly.
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