ThinkMarkets, a multi-asset brokerage offering foreign exchange (FX), contracts-for-difference (CFDs), and metals products, has augmented its payments offering with the addition of PayPal as a viable funding method for the group, per a company statement.
The inclusion of PayPal as a funding method helps enable ThinkMarkets’ global user-base to deposit and withdraw funds via one of the world’s most widely utilized payments networks. This will include clients’ ability to deposit funds directly into their respective trading accounts on the MetaTrader 4 and ThinkTrader.
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Gold-Standard Payment Solution
The addition of PayPal is important for ThinkMarkets’ clients and represents an important upgrade for its user base given the ease of use and overall versatility associated with PayPal – the payment method is one of the most widely utilized in the world and is present in every major country.
According to Managing Director and co-founder of ThinkMarkets, Faizan Anees, in a statement on the implementation of PayPal: “After extensive research and analysis, coupled with client demand, we chose PayPal to meet our payment services needs, the global provider is available in 202 countries and 25 currencies, thus enabling ThinkMarkets to accommodate traders from a wide range of regions.”
“The inclusion of PayPal to our vast offering of payment services strengthens our global reach and enables ThinkMarkets’ to offer a more diverse & competitive solution for its clients,” explained Nauman Anees, CEO and co-founder of ThinkMarkets, in an accompanying statement.