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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote that the oanda regiion email update was a success when I login to inspect today, see attachment... it's updated according to my email to frontdesk. Because I deposit via paypal, it seems that withdraw to my deposit account is also simple. . .this sub-account is called something... image image
    tested withdrawal 1 penny via oanda net interface... arrived at paypal the next day, no problem at all.
    So that I will keep present cash in oanda account balance without any modifiion to it.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote 2nd has been fxsol australia, I moved there because it let cfd(stock futures) and gold trading, as well as forex. The chat ensures that I don't need to draw the money if enroll email address changes, simply updating customer register information will be okey under is a fairly complex and serious form, I want to fill in and sign it and fax or scan-and-email... pending regiion section manual process. I believe fxsol process is most serious because there is fax and sign and manual process. Still pending approval. picture
    my regiion email address upgrade with fxsol australia was manually processed and approved. (I filled a change request form, sign and scan and fax...)

    I analyzed that chat may reset passwd (new passwd automatically send to my newly updated email address),
    and in either GTS or GTS web platform, I can publish individual customer report and see information was updated correctly.
    And chat promise that newly updated email will serve the exact same for funding purposes.

    My final trade was closed early Y2011 , money in fxsol aus no change in last 2 decades.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I also deposit small numbers of ~ 100$ in miniature cfd/gold/oil brokers as analyzing .... In fxo -to GOLD, oanda -to GOLD. Because cent trading is allowed by it, overall I am most happy with oanda, you create a lot of mistakes at 1:1 leverage, shedding just 2% of account per trading stop/loss. Fxo also allow penny trading (micro account).... My egy was to update email address for oanda, and draw money for other 2 miniature brokers.... All 3 demands manual processing, will update results in one week afterwards.
    My email updated with fxo has been a success. Essentially broker assisted me combine cash into a working email acc, and to close the acc registered with email.
    The cash in it no modifiion for previous 4 years.

    My first deposit method to finance 100$ test cash was down for a little while, but the broker offered other transport methods to draw and it worked.
    I analyzed withdraw 1.0usd from fxo, it had been a success.

    You know, most traders practically never withdraw cash from broker... except a cc deposit... so this is merely a testing function.
    Fxo is a cent account and I love penny accounts for training purposes... pls be advised that I'm neither recommending nor recommending against it. neutral.

    Operational-wise, it worked, no insect or pitfall found.

  4. #14
    Fxcm.uk charges inactivity fee - called dormancy charge this month - base on previous 12 months no transaction

    notice was delivered to my newly updated myfxcm email address early August
    (I shifted myfxcm email to some most use email on learning fxcm's
    12month no commerce...--email notify...-----charge 50usd charge 1 month after telling....policy)

    so in myfxcm web interface...I applied for withdrawing by wire all acc equilibrium last Thursday -stated to be processed 2-3days.

    This Tuesday it is processed and cash removed from acc equilibrium
    this Wednesday my bank called me to notify fxcm.uk usd is received by wire and I checked it is in bank card now
    wire fee is simply 12usd


    this is really my 1st time to withdraw by wire. . .most retail fx traders not withdraw except to cc....



    I thought of a means to prevent inactivity fee after receiving notice
    you are able to open a very long and a short limit order in same price say 1.30000 eu
    then shut both position at same price same time....cost will be 1usd 1usd spread fee=total 2 usd


    anyway fxcm.uk worked according to what they promise will work, just be certain that myfxcm email address upfront should no transaction for a year.

  5. #15
    1 Attachment(s) this was the fxcm.uk withdrawal trade which occurred in an informed and expected manner...

    I did not paste the picture last time.

    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    fxcm.uk charges inactivity charge - called dormancy charge this month


    so in myfxcm web interface...I employed for withdrawing by cable all acc balance last Thursday -said to be processed 2-3days.

    This Tuesday it's processed and cash removed from acc balance
    this Wednesday my bank called me to notify fxcm.uk usd is obtained by cable and I checked it's in bank card today
    cable fee is simply 12usd.

  6. #16
    I did a real withdraw from fxo...

    My original deposit method to finance 100$ test money was down for a while, but the broker provided other transport methods to withdraw and it functioned. I tested withdraw 1.0usd from fxo, it was a success end of June.

    However, when I actually withdraw this time, an unexpected 3 percent of total amount is charged...
    when I speak to converse, I was told that this 3% transaction fee is released after my original deposit method is down and people rush to get money out from other methods.

    However, chat will not inform you on initial query and even in the event that you do a test withdraw of 1.0usd, 3 percent cost will not appear.
    It will only appear when you truly wish to withdraw whole account... it is also not posted on web or notify by email.

    I informed chat the experience that I have here is a test and will be upgraded on Forexsoutheast.asia thread here.

    Pls be advised that I am neither advoing nor advoing against it. neutral.

    It was a good penny account.
    If you deposit 100$ and just trade 1 lot of 10,000 cent size, you can survive a very long time...
    but should everybody just do exactly what I said, the broker will not survive then... that they need to make a living you know.

    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote my email upgraded with fxo has been a success. Essentially broker assisted me unite cash, and to shut the acc registered with email. The money inside no change for 4 years.

    My original deposit method to finance 100$ test money was down for a while, but the broker provided other transport approaches to withdraw and it functioned. I tested withdraw 1.0usd from fxo, it was a success.



  7. #17
    Hi, guys: it has been long since my last update.

    Today I received a phone call, calling from singapore, speaking my native language. . .claiming to be fxsolutions.com.au customer agent, stating that fxsolutions.com.au merged with CityIndex(uk) and ask me to react by May.13, 2016, whether I consent to move my fxsol/aus account to CityIndex(uk) due to fxsolutions.com.au merged with CityIndex(uk).

    I am yet to confirm if what said is accurate or not...I will follow up if I get additional information.

    Quote Originally Posted by ;
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    Jun 21, 2013 6:05pm | Edited at 11:06pm

    my regiion email address update with fxsol australia was processed and accepted. (I filled a switch request form, sign and scan and fax...) I analyzed that chat may reset passwd (new passwd automatically send to my newly updated email address), and in either GTS or GTS web platform, I can publish individual client report and see information has been updated correctly. And promise that newly updated email will serve the exact same for funding purposes. My last trade was shut early...

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