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Hi, new to IG. The information on Commission for US stocks is somewhat misleading. 

I placed 3 trades for US stocks and was charged £10 a pop for each trade. I was hoping that this would be refunded somehow but I guess that money is gone. 

Can someone explain what "Trade US Shares for zero Commission" actually means please? 

Many thanks

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18 hours ago, lj2301 said:

Hi, new to IG. The information on Commission for US stocks is somewhat misleading. 

I placed 3 trades for US stocks and was charged £10 a pop for each trade. I was hoping that this would be refunded somehow but I guess that money is gone. 

Can someone explain what "Trade US Shares for zero Commission" actually means please? 

Many thanks

Hey, 

Thanks for your post. 

We do offer free US share buying and selling on share dealing accounts if you place 3 or more trades in the previous calendar month: https://www.ig.com/uk/investments/share-dealing/costs-fees

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