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Olymp Trade: new opportunities for traders from Vietnam

Ngân Lượng payment system is now available for traders

The Olymp Trade team is happy to present new opportunities for Vietnamese traders. In November 2018, a multi-function electronic payment system Ngân Lượng was added to the platform.

It will help traders deposit and withdraw funds fast, as well as use other services provided by Ngân Lượng.

The reliability of the system is confirmed by the license No. 22/GP-NHNN of providing payment intermediary services by the State Bank of Vietnam.

To create a Ngân Lượng account, just complete a simple registration on the payment system website. Depositing funds into the Ngân Lượng system is carried out using Visa, MasterCard cards, through local banks and other means.

Collaboration with Ngân Lượng is an integral part of the Olymp Trade global strategy to increase the availability of the trading platform for traders from around the world. We are continuously working on the improvement of the platform.
About Ngân Lượng

Ngân Lượng is Vietnam’s leading financial service with 30000 partners in more than 100 countries. It can be used to pay for goods and services in thousands of stores and companies, both online and offline.

The payment system cooperates with 28 largest banks in Vietnam. It provides transfers from Visa, MasterCard and JCB cards. It is possible to deposit funds to your account in cash using the Vettel Post and Vietnam Post.

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Wednesday, 28 Nov, 2018 / 1:08

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Source : https://olymptrade.com/

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