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ash111

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i need to transfer funds to cover custody fee but since they wont be clearer until 2-3 days time im unclear what to do. i dont have the money to fund my account directly right now. do i just wait and let the custody fee be covered by my uncleared funds?

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On 21/04/2022 at 00:53, ash111 said:

i need to transfer funds to cover custody fee but since they wont be clearer until 2-3 days time im unclear what to do. i dont have the money to fund my account directly right now. do i just wait and let the custody fee be covered by my uncleared funds?

Hi @ash111,

Apologies for the late reply. The quickest way to make a deposit is via card as it is credited instantly. Alternatively, you can transfer funds from one account to another.
You can find further information and how to make a deposit and time frames on the post below:


I hope that it helps - Arvin

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