|Payment System||Minimum Deposit||Maximum Deposit||Average Processing Time||Fees||Notes|
| Debit Cards|
(Debits cards must be backed by MasterCard, Visa or Discover.)
|None||$20,000 USD per calendar month||Immediate||None||None|
|Bank Wire Transfer||None||None||1-3 Business days for domestic wire transfers. Up to 5 business days for international wire transfers.||Your bank may charge you a fee.||Complete customer wire instructions are available via your My Funds Page. Intermediary banks may charge a fee to transfer money.|
|Checks (USD) Accounts Only||None||None||Up to 7 business days.||None||Checks must be drawn from a U.S. bank and in USD.|
|Automated Clearing House (ACH)||None||$50,000 USD per deposit. No limit on the number of deposits.||5-6 business days.||None||None|
1) Payments from third parties are not permitted. Please ensure that the name on the originating account matches those on your account. If you want to receive funds from a third party you need to set up a joint account with that party.
2) All deposit limits are based on United States calendar months, Universal Time Coordinated.
To withdraw funds sign in to My Funds.
Customers may withdraw funds from their account(s) at any time. Funds can be withdrawn up to the value of the balance of your account, minus the amount of margin used. Whenever you request a withdrawal, there must be sufficient funds remaining in your account to prevent margin calls on your existing trades.
Funds are withdrawn using the same method, same currency, and to the same account as previously used to deposit, in the following order:
1. Debit card
2. Bank Transfer
|Payment System||Typical Processing Time||First Withdrawal Fee (Monthly)||Additional Withdrawals (Monthly)||Notes|
|Debit Cards||USD only: 1-6 business days.||No Fee||USD $15|| The total amount you can withdraw to your debit card(s) cannot be more than the total amount you deposited from those cards. Any funds remaining in your account after you have withdrawn the full amount you had originally deposited by debit card (e.g. trading profits) may instead be withdrawn by an alternative method such as bank wire transfer.|
Please note that withdrawals to debit cards are only processed after all your debit card deposits have cleared. This clearing process can take 1-2 business days from the date of your deposit.
|Bank Wire Transfer|| Within US: 1-2 business days|
International: up to 5 business days
|USD $20||*Fee + USD $15|| Withdrawals by bank transfer must be processed to bank accounts registered to the same person (or entity) as the fxTrade account holder and requires confirmation that the client is the owner of the bank account. This confirmation can be provided to in the form of a wire transfer deposit from the bank account (please note that not all bank transfers can provide required bank details to confirm account ownership), or by submitting documentation (for example, a bank statement or voided check).|
Please note: If you send funds via ACH, the fee attached to your withdrawal request will be removed during processing and funds will be sent at no charge.
The above table reflects the typical processing time it takes and its financial institution or card processing provider to complete your withdrawal. Your financial institution or debit card provider may take additional time to complete your withdrawal.
Debit Card: Using a debit card is the fastest and easiest way to deposit money into a new or existing trading account. The deposit by debit card is also one of the safest ways to move money when dealing with online trading. This method ensures the highest level of security when dealing with all of our customers'debit card transactions.
BankWire transfer is a cost-effective way to transfer a large amount of funds from any country in the world. To transfer funds using the wire transfer method, you need to follow our instructions to achieve bank information of Bridge Smart and fill out a wire transfer form that you can obtain from your bank. When we receive the funds wire-transferred from your bank we will credit your account.