Deposit money on Plus500

In this article you can read how you can deposit money on your account at Plus500. We go through the different steps and see whether it is wise to deposit money with this broker.

To deposit money, you must first open an account with Plus500. Use the button below to open an account with Plus500:

How can you deposit money?

Before you can deposit money, you must first switch to a real money account. You do this by pressing the icon below:

switch real accountThen press the funds button in the menu bar and press the deposit button.

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Before you can deposit money, you must first confirm your identity. Plus500 must do this to prevent money laundering as much as possible.

What are the payment methods on Plus500?

Within the Plus500 software you can choose from various payment options. The minimum and maximum amount that you can deposit with any payment method may vary. In the UK & Australia you can deposit money into your account in the following ways:

  • Bank transfer
  • Creditcard
  • PayPal

When you deposit money via bank transfer, it takes more time before you can start trading. With the other payment options, the money is immediately available on your account.

What is the minimum deposit with Plus500?

Plus500 uses a minimum deposit. You can invest from $ 100. It is not possible to invest with a smaller amount.

What is the maximum deposit on Plus500?

The maximum deposit depends on the payment method. You can easily see the maximum amount of money you can deposit with each payment method.

Is it safe to deposit money on Plus500?

Plus500 is a publicly traded company and is overseen by the FCA UK (# 509909). The company must meet strict requirements. In the article about the reliability of Plus500 we look at whether it is wise to trade with Plus500.

How can you withdraw money?

You can withdraw the money from your account at any time. Do you want to know exactly how withdrawals work? In our article withdraw money you can read directly how you can withdraw the money in your account.

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