Withdrawal

International Trading Revenue does everything they can to streamline the withdrawal process, and if you follow the prescribed steps and procedures, your withdrawal should be in your account in 1-5 days.

All withdrawals are processed in the currency of the trading account.

 We will also send confirmation of the withdrawal of funds from your International Trading Revenue trading account. Withdrawals must be performed only through the same bank account or credit/debit card that you used to deposit the funds.

When you deposit or withdraw money for trading purposes using alternative payment methods, you should be aware that additional fees and restrictions might apply. Withdrawals are subjected to withdrawals processing and handling fees.

Without derogating the preceding, International Trading Revenue may execute withdrawals to a different facility than the one used for the deposit, subject to Anti Money-Laundering regulations.

Furthermore, when it comes to withdrawals, the Client may be required to present additional information and documents.

Please note that International Trading Revenue does not cover any charges/fees from your bank or merchant service provider.

If you have any questions, please contact your Account Manager or our support center. We will handle your withdrawal as fast as possible.

This site operates under the International Trading Revenue brand name within the European Economic Area

INFORMATION AND HIGH RISK WARNING: Trading with foreign exchange (FX) and precious metals carries a high level of risk that may not be suitable for all investors. Leverage creates additional risk and loss exposure. Before you decide to trade, carefully consider your investment objectives, experience level, and risk tolerance.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER: Forex trading entails significant risks and is not appropriate for all investors. The possibility of incurring substantial losses should be taken into account. It is therefore important to understand the possible consequences of investing. Traders should weigh their earning potential against the risks involved and act accordingly.