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How to transfer funds between IG accounts


djpeck1

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Hi.

I have a CFD account and a Spreadbetting account with IG and I would like to transfer funds between the CFD account and the Spreadbetting account. According to the help articles there should be an option in "My IG" called "Transfer" that I should be able to use. The problem I have is that this option is not present in my accounts.

Does anyone know if what I am proposing is possible? I guess that I could just request a transfer of funds from my CFD account to my bank account and then deposit said funds into the Spreadbetting account, but this does see a bit long winded.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Hi @djpeck1

Thanks for the query, 

The option to transfer funds between accounts online is only available to accounts that share the same username. If the accounts have different usernames you would need to write to helpdesk.uk@ig.com to request a manual transfer from our payments team. 

All the best, 

Anda

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