You can top up your trading account in the Japanese yen with offline bank transfers, a payment method that allows you to transact from your bank account to your Exness account. As opposed to payments in USD or any other currency, depositing using your local currency means less currency conversion when funding your Exness account.
Here’s what you need to know about using offline bank transfers in Japan:
|Minimum Deposit||USD 10|
|Maximum Deposit||USD 4 250|
|Minimum Withdrawal||USD 205 per transaction|
|Maximum Withdrawal||USD 4 300 per transaction|
|Deposit and Withdrawal Processing Fees||Free|
|Deposit Processing Time||Up to 24 hours|
|Withdrawal Processing Time||Up to 3 business days|
Note: If transfers are made outside of the bank working hours, it may take longer to be processed.
Depositing with offline bank transfer
To top up your trading account with offline bank transfer:
- Go to the Deposit section in your Personal Area, and click Offline Bank Transfer.
- Select the trading account you would like to top up, enter the deposit amount, and click Continue.
- A confirmation page will summarize the transaction; click Confirm to continue.
- You’ll be redirected to the page where detailed payment instructions and banking details will be presented; follow these instructions to make your payment with internet banking, mobile banking, or by going to your bank branch.
- Mention the Transfer ID and full name in Katakana when making the payment with internet/mobile banking or when submitting at the bank branch. This speeds up the processing of the deposit transaction.
Withdrawal with offline bank transfer
- Click Offline Bank Transfer in the Withdrawal section of your Personal Area.
- Select the trading account you would like to withdraw funds from, the currency of withdrawal, and the withdrawal amount. Click Next.
- Enter the verification code sent to you by phone/email based on your security type to confirm.
- On the redirected page, enter the following information:
- Bank name (choose from the dropdown)
- Bank branch code
- Bank branch name
- Account number
- Account name (in Katakana)
- Account name (in Kanji)
- Click Confirm to proceed.
- That’s it. You have successfully made a withdrawal.
If you would like to know more about payments in general, read our article for everything you need to know.