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JohannBB

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Hi, I have an account with IG which I haven't been active on lately. I want to start trading again but need to know if there will be any fees for not being active on the account before I fund the account.

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11 hours ago, JohannBB said:

Hi, I have an account with IG which I haven't been active on lately. I want to start trading again but need to know if there will be any fees for not being active on the account before I fund the account.

Thank you

Hey, 

After 2 years of inactivity we want to close the account. If there are funds on the account there's a £12 per month inactivity fee. If you place one trade on the account the 2 years start again from there. 

If you're worried about it it's best to reach out to us so we can check the dates :)

All the best 

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