It is quick and easy to withdraw funds from your FP Markets trading account via our Secure Client
Portal. Funds can be withdrawn using a wide range of funding methods including credit card, debit
card, payment wallets including Neteller and Skrill, online banking and bank wire transfer:
Please note, the withdrawal amount will
need to be the same amount as your deposit and via the same withdrawal method. Once deposits have been
withdrawn, you can use an alternative method to withdraw profits.
e.g. 1 If your initial deposit is "X"
and was made by card deposit, the card withdrawals must be made to the same credit/debit card.
e.g. 2 If your initial deposit was made
via bank wire, it would need to be returned to the same bank account and so on.
If you have used several deposit methods,
you will need to withdraw the same amount you deposited back to each one, starting with any card
deposits. Once card deposits have been withdrawn back to the same credit/debit card, you will make the
remaining withdrawals in the order that the initial deposits were made. You can then choose any of the
previously used funding methods to withdraw profits, subject to the approval of the accounts team.
FP Markets does not charge
any additional internal fees for deposits or withdrawals. However, please note payments to and
from overseas banking institutions may attract intermediary transfer fees from either party
which are independent of FP Markets. FP Markets accepts no responsibility for any bank fee and
any such fees will be the responsibility of the client. Please refer to the table above for more
information on our withdrawal methods.
Assistance with Withdrawals
Funding issues may arise
due to bank or country restrictions and clients should contact us if they experience any funding
difficulties. Please contact us via Live Chat or email.
For more information on
withdrawals and any further general advice, please visit our FAQs section here.
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