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New ways to deposit trading accounts

17.12.2014 / 16:50

Dear Clients and Partners!

We're pleased to inform you that RoboForex has expanded the list of payment systems available for depositing your accounts. From now on, RoboTrade Ltd clients can deposit their trading account via the following payment systems: Boleto, Lobanet, Todito Cash, DineroMail, and POLi.

 

Please note, that these payment systems are only available in the following countries:

  • Boleto (Brazil)
  • Lobanet (Mexico, Brazil, Chile)
  • Todito Cash (Mexico)
  • DineroMail (Mexico, Argentina)
  • POLi (Australia)

Account is deposited almost instantly and without any commissions. More detailed information about these new ways to deposit your accounts can be found on "Depositing Funds Fees" page of our website.

We remind you that when making a deposit fro 300 USD / 250 EUR via any payment system available in your Live Account (depending on your account currency), you can receive New Year bonus up to 115% of the deposited sum. To learn more about this and other New Year offers, visit "New Year offers from RoboForex" page of our website.

Deposit account

Sincerely,
RoboForex

RoboForex is an international financial group. RoboTrade Ltd, an international regulated broker with "Trading in financial and commodity-based derivative instruments and other securities" license, is registered in International Financial Services Commission Belize. RoboForex (CY) Ltd, a European STP-broker regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), is an official member of the Cyprus Investor Compensation Fund (ICF).