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27 minutes ago, DAVIDELLIOTT29 said:

I have am more familiar trading CFDS my funds are in a share dealing account. Where is the option to open a cfd account so i can transfer funds please. would appreciate any feedback.

 

Hi, go to your 'My IG' dashboard web page and click 'Add an account', you will likely be asked a few more questions as you will be applying for a new leveraged account rather than a new non-leveraged one.

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On 02/06/2020 at 19:09, Caseynotes said:

Hi, go to your 'My IG' dashboard web page and click 'Add an account', you will likely be asked a few more questions as you will be applying for a new leveraged account rather than a new non-leveraged one.

I tried this but too but it only gave me the option to add another trading account?

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