Capital.com announces PayPal integration for more ways to access funds
By Joy Dumasia
Capital.com, the high-growth European trading and investing platform leading the UK leveraged trading industry in overall client satisfaction, announced an integration with the global payments platform, PayPal.
The integration will enable PayPal users in the UK and the European Union alternative ways to deposit and withdraw funds to and from their Capital.com accounts. Capital.com already supports clients who want to make withdrawals using their debit or credit cards, in addition to wire transfers and various alternative payment methods, including Sofort, iDeal, Giropay, Multibanko, Przelewy24, ApplePay, Trustly, and 2c2p.
With the addition of PayPal, clients can make deposits and withdrawals in Euros, British Pounds, and US Dollars, allowing them to easily trade derivatives of over 3000 popular markets. The PayPal integration affirms Capital.com’s commitment to making trading simple, secure and accessible to everyone.
Jonathan Squires, Group CEO of Capital.com, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer our clients a greater choice of payment methods. PayPal is a popular and trusted payment platform in Europe and the UK, and its integration enables our clients to deposit funds with ease and convenience. As a pioneer of new-age payment instruments through its One Touch checkout feature, the integration of PayPal will allow our clients to transact with Capital.com literally with one click. With a focus on providing education and collaborating with trusted partners such as PayPal, we aim to make trading and investing simple, safe and secure for both new and experienced traders.”
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Capital.com, the high-growth trading and investing platform, has launched a dedicated stock dealing account for clients in the UK and Europe. The new account, labelled Capital.com Invest, enables customers to easily and securely invest in global stocks without paying any commission. New and existing customers will invest their capital in over one thousand popular stocks from the US and Europe.
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