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STP forex broker FXCC (FX Central Clearing) Expands Payment Range

Online STP forex broker FXCC (FX Central Clearing Ltd) announces the expansion of their payment method offering and introduces Rapid Transfer, paysafecard and Sofort respectively as alternative regulated methods.

FXCC already offers Neteller, Skrill, Bank Wire Transfer and Credit/Debit Card to its clients but recognized the need to cover broader geographical regions for forex traders.

Rapid Transfer allows FXCC clients to do instant payments directly from their bank account, by simply authorizing the payment using their online banking details. Rapid Transfer has the added benefit of the client’s bank online security whilst making the payment.

Sofort is a unique online payment system that allows FXCC clients to use their internet banking facility to fund just as they do with a credit/debit card

paysafecard enables FXCC clients to pay online with a simple method that doesn’t require a bank account or credit card to fund. Cards can be purchased in local locations or online.

Director at FXCC Saed Shalabi said;

“We are committed to our clients and understand the need to offer more variety in our payment range. We are continually researching the market and plan to bring more alternative payment methods for our clients. With the newest offerings, our clients have peace of mind knowing that we source regulated methods that meet their needs.”

FXCC pride themselves on offering an ECN/STP business model allowing clients to take advantage of transparent real-time pricing, advanced execution and competitive spreads. Their new payment range is an added plus to their already existing model and further plans on expansion only show the commitment of the company to its clients.

For further information on FXCC’s payment method range please visit their website

Monday, 31 Oct, 2016 / 7:21

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