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Skrill Deposits Fee Free in April

The FXOpen UK Team

For the whole of April 2015 when you make a deposit to FXOpen UK via Skrill, you will not be charged the usual fee as FXOpen UK will automatically pay the fee for you. To make a deposit, simply login to your eWallet and select Add Funds and then Skrill, and deposits funds fee free. In addition, we have also extended our offer for deposits via Credit and Debit cards which you can also use to make a deposit without a fee. This is for all existing, as well as new clients, so there is no better time to open or to fund your account. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact your account manager or the friendly support team. Kind Regards, The FXOpen UK Team

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