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Forex Brokers Update — April 26th, 2014

April 25, 2014 by

One new broker and quite a lot of changes to report this week:

Capital Trust Markets — a New Zealand company with regulation. They offer MetaTrader 4 accounts starting from $100 and offer trading in a variety of instruments with leverage up to 1:500. Their main feature is very low spreads compensated by modest commission.

Capital Trust Markets

Other updates this week mostly include changes in payment systems accepted by brokers:

  • Mayzus drops PayPaly and Payza and adds QIWI.
  • MasterForex no longer accepts deposits via PayPal but adds a wide array of others: WebMoney, DIXIPAY, OKPAY, Liqpay, QIWI, Fasapay, UnionPay, Western Union, MoneyGram, CONTACT.
  • AForex drops Skrill and RBK Money, but now offers credit cards, Neteller, UnionPay and FasaPay as payment options.
  • LiteForex no longer accepts Payza. Adds QIWI, CashU, EgoPay, Wallet One and credit/debit cards instead.
  • eToro changes Western Union for giropay.
  • FXOpen adds giropay, SOFORT, Neteller and Yandex.Money in place of Perfect Money.
  • Forex4you introduces Neteller support, while removing QIWI and Liqpay.
  • InstaForex no longer accepts EuroGoldCash, PayPal, Payza, Pecunix and SolitTrustPay. Adds Neteller, CashU, FgoPay, Ukash and UnionPay.
  • RoboForex adds UnionPay instead of QIWI and PayPal.
  • FxGlory no longer accepts CashU, Liqpay, Payza, Perfect Money, bank transfer and credit card deposits.
  • Forex Broker Inc. starts accepting Neteller.
  • EXNESS removes quite a few of its deposit/withdrawal methods: DIXIPAY, MoneyMail, Paxum, Payza, Pecunix, QIWI and RBK Money.
  • XM.COM adds FasaPay in place of SOFORT and Western Union.
  • IronFX is now regulated by UCRFIN.
  • LQD Markets no longer accept PayPal and Skrill.
  • Interactive Brokers added BPAY to deposit methods.
  • GFT Forex stopped accepting PayPal and checks.
  • FX Solutions dropped support PayPal and ClickandBuy.
  • no longer accepts checks but adds SOFORT.
  • Alpari removes CashU, Check, ClickandBuy and Ukash but adds Neteller.

If you have any questions or comments regarding any of the latest Forex brokers updates, please feel free to reply using the form below.

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