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BDSwiss Expands its Payment Methods Arsenal to Accommodate Asian Markets

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In its pledge to offer its clients more, BDSwiss Group has recently added a number of new payment methods to its existing arsenal, to further accommodate the needs of clients across different regions. These include online banking via Safecharge and other payment methods such as Paytrust, RPN Pay, Zotapay, Fasapay and Payment Asia for clients coming from China, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam.

In an ever-evolving forex and CFD trading arena, BDSwiss remains particularly invested in maintaining its competitive advantage by offering its clients variety, transparency and security when it comes to payment methods. As BDSwiss continues to grow and expand, ensuring that traders enjoy absolute flexibility when it comes to their online transactions can translate to better conversion rates and improved client satisfaction.

Deposits, transfers and withdrawals with BDSwiss are quick, intuitive, secure and free, giving clients the flexibility to complete their transaction via a number of local and international payment methods. What is more, BDSwiss follows a zero fees policy when it comes to deposits and withdrawals over 100 EUR. Combined with BDSwiss award-winning trading conditions and institutional-grade liquidity, cost-efficient transactions result in even lower trading costs for BDSwiss traders. Looking to the future, BDSwiss commits to continuously invest in new technologies and partnerships with top tier payment gateway providers which will in turn help solidify our presence in new and emerging markets.

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