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How to Add a spread betting account



Hi Community, 

Can someone please help me with something that I suspect is probably quite simple to do, however I cannot do It. 

I have a shear dealing account and I want to add  a spread betting account which will allow me to use the same funds as the shear dealing account.  

I have tried adding an account in my dashboard but there is no option for a spread betting account only  IAS,  SIPP, SHEAR DEALING AND SMART PORTFOLIO. I have also tried opening a new account but that only directs me back to my IG shear dealing account dashboard.

Any help would be appreciated.




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Guest Marjaker

At the moment there isn't anyway to open a new spreadbet account if you did not choose this option when you first registered for your account. The only way i can think of going around this is to close your current account and reopen a new one or join another spread bet site.

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