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Knowledge base: Prepaid Methods
Deposits via Prepaid Cards
Posted by Olga Palikarpava on 18 September 2013 03:39 PM

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FXOpen offers its clients the Prepaid Cards system. Prepaid Cards are issued as plastic cards or e-records (generated payment codes) with the face value of $1.00,  $5.00, $10.00$25.00, $100.00, $500.00, $1000.00, $5000.00 and $10000.00.

Prepaid Cards are widely spread in Indonesia and Malaysia. But generated Prepaid Cards Codes can be used anywhere. 

There are visible advantages for merchants as our prepaid cards resellers:

  1. You are free to set any commission for the cards, purchased by your customers;
  2. You can broaden the range of e-currencies and financial services that your clients can use;
  3. You can bring in new clients, interested in Forex trading.

If you wish to become a Prepaid Card reseller, please contact our representatives by e-mail .

Note! Now you can request prepaid cards codes in My FXOpen area.

How to deposit funds via Prepaid Cards?

Please take the following steps to increase the balance of your eWallet or trading accounts via the Prepaid Card:

  1. Click Add funds → Prepaid Card in My FXOpen.

  2. Fill in the form below:

    • Choose your account (eWallet number or Trading account) in the drop-down list.
    • Choose the currency wallet.
    • Enter the code from your Prepaid card.
    If you purchased a physical Prepaid Card, the code can be found on the reverse side of the card, under the scratch strip.
  3. Click Request.

  4. If you have entered the activation code correctly, FXOpen will credit your FXOpen account with a sum, equivalent to the face value of the obtained Prepaid card.

The money deposited via Prepaid Cards can be withdrawn by any available payment system in My FXOpen.

Current transaction fees are available on the Fees page.
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