After much anticipation, Libertex is delighted to announce that it is adding PayPal to its already extensive list of payment options. Famed for its accessibility, convenience and security, PayPal will offer Libertex clients yet another quick, easy and secure method for funding their accounts and withdrawing profits.
Nowadays, there aren’t many people who don’t have a PayPal account or haven’t at least considered opening one. And you don’t have to look far to see why. Its ease of use and integrability is unrivalled. All you need is an e-mail address, and you can make and receive payments in a variety of currencies in just one click.
Then, your balance can just as easily be converted into the currency of your choice and transferred directly to your personal bank account. The service’s appeal to consumers everywhere is one of the reasons Libertex has been so keen to support this deposit method…and now it does!
This momentous agreement with PayPal puts Libertex firmly among the leaders of the online trading market, and everybody involved really couldn’t be prouder of this fact. Now Libertex clients can add funds to their accounts and withdraw their profits via virtually every method imaginable. In addition to SEPA bank transfers and debit/credit card payments, Libertex has long supported Sofort, Trustly, Skrill and many other deposit methods. Despite this wealth of choice, it always felt as if there was one big hole that needed filling — but not anymore.
Speaking on this special occasion for the company, Libertex CEO Michael Geiger commented: “We truly couldn’t be happier to be able to offer our clients this new payment option. PayPal is a real household name whose user-friendly reputation precedes it. With the addition of this exciting method, we will be making depositing and withdrawing funds even easier and more convenient for our valued customers around the world.”
Just when you thought the news couldn’t get any better, there’s more. PayPal deposits will be completely free for Libertex users. That’s right! The broker won’t take any commission on funds added to your trading account using this latest supported payment option. The service is set to go live on 1 December, and the hope is that this will become a date to remember in Libertex’s history!