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Hello-Oj

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Hello all, I am new curious how many of you choose IG to open the stock and share ISA account? If you do, why? Also May I ask if I want to fund my share dealing account, which one cost me no charge? PayPal/debit bank card/bank transfer? As i seems not able to find such info on the FAQ section. Many thanks, OJ

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On 27/11/2020 at 16:47, Hello-Oj said:

Hello all, I am new curious how many of you choose IG to open the stock and share ISA account? If you do, why? Also May I ask if I want to fund my share dealing account, which one cost me no charge? PayPal/debit bank card/bank transfer? As i seems not able to find such info on the FAQ section. Many thanks, OJ

Hey @Hello-Oj

I can see you if you're asking about an ISA account. If you're with us through the UK site we don't have any charges for our deposits/ withdrawals (unless you want to withdraw more than £100 back to your bank account in under 24 hours). 

You may have to check though if you're depositing/ withdrawing to certain banks (especially abroad) that they will not charge you. 

To other community members if you're not from/ registered in the UK please reach out to us so we can talk to you about charges on withdrawals/ deposits. 

All the best 

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