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CySEC regulated Forex broker FXPRIMUS announced today that the company has extended the range of services offered to clients and is now offering a Prepaid MasterCard through which clients can easily utilize in their accounts.
This card can be used worldwide wherever you see the MasterCard Acceptance mark, including ATMs for cash withdrawal and in-store or online purchases. As this is a prepaid card, there is no interest accumulated or charged to the client.
Clients are invited to apply for their own FXPRIMUS Prepaid MasterCard by logging into their members area and clicking on the MasterCard brand mark on their dashboard.
This new move to offer a fully branded, globally accepted Prepaid card forms part of FXPRIMUS’ efforts to continuously improve the funding and withdrawal capabilities for clients. With this new FXPRIMUS prepaid MasterCard, accessing funds has never been easier, and is available to clients from within SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area).
Head of Back office at FXPRIMUS, Holly Fitzgerald commented:
Providing Prepaid MasterCards® to our clients enables us to deliver a more personalised service to our traders. We also offer the option for our clients to have their very own physical card which provides them with further flexibility to reach their funds in an instant. We value transparency and security, so we want our clients to know that they can access their funds anytime and anywhere.
MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. The Card is issued by Wirecard Card Solutions Ltd (“WDCS”) pursuant to license by MasterCard International Inc. WDCS is authorized by the Financial Conduct Authority to conduct electronic money service activities under the Electronic Money Regulations2011 (Ref: 900051)” All transfers of funds are processed by Intercash partner banks using the approved Intercash “PrepaidGate” technology.