78% of clients lose money on CFDs

Withdrawals

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  • Why is my destination limit €0 when attempting to withdraw to my card?

    If you haven’t sent funds back to a registered debit or credit card in a period of 12 months or more, or if your card has expired, we will no longer be able to use the card as a withdrawal destination. And due to restrictions placed on CMC Markets, we’re unable to return any funds back to MasterCards. If you need any assistance withdrawing funds from your account, please contact us.

  • What is the minimum stake on Countdowns?

    The minimum stake is €20 (or the equivalent in another currency).

  • How can I withdraw funds from my account?

    You can withdraw funds from your account online by clicking on the 'Payments' icon and then selecting the 'Withdrawals' tab. Alternatively, you can use chat (Live help) or call our Client Management team for assistance. Please be aware that for your protection, we may request additional information and/or proof of identity before processing the withdrawal request. We do not transfer funds to a third-party account so please ensure that the bank account is in your name. Note: if your bank details are on file we will process your request the same day as long as your request is before the cut-off time of 2pm (for UK-based withdrawals) or 11am (for non-UK withdrawals).

  • Why do I need to set up bank details?

    You only need to set up bank details if you intend to transfer funds to your bank account. Once these details have been verified, your bank account will be registered and visible as a withdrawal destination on your payments menu. As we are not permitted to make any third-party payments to clients, we may ask that you provide us with some form of documentation to ensure ownership of the bank account you wish to register matches the records held on our database.

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