IC Markets Adds PayPal to its Accepted Payment Methods

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IC Markets customers now able to fund their accounts through the popular payment processor

Sydney, Australia, April 7, 2017. Australia's largest True ECN foreign exchange provider, International Capital Markets Pty Ltd (IC Markets)., has added PayPal to its list of accepted payment methods. The addition of PayPal as another funding method will allow IC Markets’ clients to send and receive funds via one of the world’s most trusted and secure payment solutions.

In addition to over 10 different funding methods already offered by the broker, clients can now also utilise PayPal for instant deposits and withdrawals. By logging into a new or existing PayPal account, clients will be able to send funds from their account balance, bank, or credit and debit cards.

IC Markets Managing Director Andrew Budzinski said: “We’re proud to be partnering with the global leader in the ecommerce payments space. The inclusion of PayPal was in response to our clients’ requests and is yet another step forward in providing the best possible user experience for our clients.”

About International Capital Markets Pty Ltd (IC Markets).

Sydney headquartered International Capital Markets Pty Ltd is Australia’s largest True ECN Foreign Exchange provider. IC Markets is the industry leader, distinguishing itself with unique True ECN forex technology, proprietary tools and services, and a remarkable focus on customer service. IC Markets is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission in Australia (AFSL 335692).

Forex and CFD trading may not be suitable for everyone so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved. Please consider IC Markets PDS available from IC Markets before entering into any transaction with us.

For further information, visit www.icmarkets.com or contact IC Markets by telephone on: +612 8014 4280.

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