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Open share dealing account


jadevans99

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On IG Australia I'm Pro Level1 and trade CFDs.  I'm trying to set up a share dealing account.  I've been going round in circles trying to find out how to do this and failing, and on this help menu I saw "Investments" at the top of the page and this allowed me to set up an account with a different login name and existing password.  When I logout and try to login it does not recognise the new login user id.  

I also want to link these accounts so that I can use collateral.  I believe I know how to do that once the accounts are set up and appear presumably on the same dashboard, as they do on my UK IG account.

I am quite used to CDF and share dealing on my UK account.

Thank you

John

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