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Sorry, it's not possible to access our new IG Trading platform without having a default account set. Please set a default account in My IG.

Sorry but how exactly do I do this? 

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48 minutes ago, NyteLyte said:

Sorry, it's not possible to access our new IG Trading platform without having a default account set. Please set a default account in My IG.

Sorry but how exactly do I do this? 

Hi, go to your My IG and then to Settings and set default account is there.

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Guest Same issue

Also having this same issue when trying to use a demo account.  I have a default account set for my live account.

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11 hours ago, NyteLyte said:

I can't find it in there..

Should be in My IG > Settings as per pic below, if not you will need to email tech at the IG helpdesk.

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I would need to set my default demo account. Undfortunately I only see me live account on this settings page. Anyone know how to set a default demo account? I need this for API access.

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