Dear Clients and Partners!
We inform you that RoboOption, the company that provides services for trading binary options, has expanded the list of payment systems available for funds depositing and withdrawal. The Company's new partner is NETELLER payment system, the company that provides many opportunities for managing your monetary assets online.
RoboOption clients, who have NETELLER electronic wallets, now can easily and quickly deposit their trading accounts, as well as withdraw funds from them. The maximum amount available for depositing via NETELLER is the biggest among payment systems right now – you can deposit your account with 50,000 USD for one transaction. The amounts up to 5,000 USD are available for withdrawal and no commission is charged.
RoboOption clients have an opportunity to compensate commission when depositing their trading accounts. You can read more about the service in "Commission compensation" section of RoboOption website.
Not only NETELLER has been added to the list of the payment systems available for funds withdrawal. For the clients’ convenience, the Company's done its best so that the same payment systems were available for both depositing and withdrawal, that’s why from now you can withdraw your money via Web Money and VISA/MasterCard credit/debit cards.
Limitations and commissions for all payment systems available at RoboOption can be found on the following pages:
RoboOption is the result of the effective work of professionals and leaders of the financial markets. The Company provides its clients with access to binary options trading services through a convenient, state-of-art trading platform. The main goal of the Company is to provide retail clients with quality services on the binary options market. Development of new services, quick response to emerging problems and clients demands, and guaranteed security of clients’ funds and personal data – these are the Company’s top priorities.
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