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My account is not activate till time. How can i activate it.

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@Sxoiu,

I may be wrong but sometimes in these instances IG may be conducting some checks before activating. Due to Money Laundering Regulations that it has to adhere to, IG has a responsibility and obligation to conduct necessary checks.

May I advise that you contact IG Customer Services and simply ask them when your account will be activated and what the reason for any delay is? They should be able to provide you with an explanation which is not a best 'guesstimate' like what I have just provided. 🤔

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