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Hi , thanks for your post!

 

You'll only be able to trade currencies via your international account. The reason for this is that on your domestic account, you'll only have access to domestic markets, so trading currencies is prohibited.

 

To switch to your international account, please login to your account and visit the 'MyIG' part of the platform. Under the 'Dashboard' tab you'll see both of your accounts listed, and if you open the international platform you should see a list of all available currency pairs.

 

It's also worth noting that to fund your international account you'll need to use the bank transfer method as opposed to card payments. You can see full details on where to send the funds from the below link:

 

https://www.ig.com/za/funding-your-trading-accounts

 

Hope this helps!

 

Rob

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