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Deposit funds via Local Wire Transfer

The FXOpen UK Team

Dear Trader, FXOpen UK is pleased announce that you are now able to deposit funds with FXOpen UK by Local Wire Transfer from 19 Countries. This allows you to deposit funds almost instantaneously into your e-wallet via a Local bank transfer in your own country rather than making an International payment. Not only does this reduce the time, but also the cost of depositing funds to only ?2.50 per transaction.

To deposit funds via Local Wire Transfer simply log into MyFXOpen and select Add Funds and then Local Wire Transfer or click Here and follow the very simple steps through to payment.

Kind Regards,  FXOpen UK Team

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