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Deposit and Withdrawal Fee Changes

The FXOpen Team

From 1st November 2016 FXOpen UK has made the following changes to Deposit Fees: Skrill Deposit Fee reduced to 1% (previously 1.25%) Neteller Deposit Fee reduced to 1% (previously 2.5%) From 15th November 2016 FXOpen UK has made the following changes to Withdrawal Fees: Euro Wire Transfer €15 (previously $30) Skrill Withdrawal 1% (previously 1%/€0.50 limit) Neteller Withdrawal 1% (previously 0%) WebMoney Withdrawal 1% (previously 0.8%) All other Deposit and Withdrawal fees have remained the same and can be found at https://www.fxopen.co.uk/en/fees/ If you have any questions regarding the changes, please contact the customer support team. Kind Regards, The FXOpen UK team

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