Electronic Payments are growing to be exceedingly popular because of their speed and convenience to the user. Cashless payments save time and are also very easy to perform.
You can make deposits and withdrawals with your trading accounts using a variety of Electronic Payment Systems (EPS). All you need to start depositing and withdrawing funds from your Exness account is an account with each electronic payment system that you want to use.
Currently we accept deposits through the following electronic payment systems:
Some payment methods may not be available in your region. Visit your Exness Personal Area to view the available payment methods for your account.
Deposits and withdrawals executed through electronic payment systems are instant, meaning that once you complete the transaction, it will only take a few moments for the funds to reflect in your account.
We do not charge deposit or withdrawal fees when you make a deposit via any of the electronic payment systems mentioned above. The only exception is when you withdraw funds via Skrill; there is no commission for withdrawing more than USD 20, but if you withdraw less than that amount, a commission of USD 1 will be charged.
Fees may be charged by certain electronic payment systems. For more information about transaction fees, please visit the websites of the electronic payment system you are thinking of using.
What if my EPS of choice is blocked for withdrawal?
Sometimes your account with the payment system may get blocked due to many possible reasons, and you may not be able to use it to make withdrawals (as per Exness rules).
In such a case, you will need to seek help from the Support team to assist you with the withdrawal as it is a policy for withdrawals to be made with the same method used to deposit.
When contacting Support, please provide the following to ensure promptness:
- Account information
- Proof of account with the EPS being blocked (could be an email).
- Security verification, such as your secret word.
With this information, Support can assist with your withdrawal when your EPS method is unavailable.