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Hey @Bill13 - when you've next logged in to your demo account check out the MyIG section when logging in from a computer and you'll be able to open your account here. Let me know if you're seeing something different. 

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I would say it is far more difficult to find the IG Community and post something than to set up a trading account on IG.

@JamesIG, here is yet another example where the person responding does not know in which country the poster would like to set up a trading account in. There may be slightly different procedures in different jurisdictions around the world. 

@Bill13,

You may find the material below useful to help you set up an account in the UK.

https://www.ig.com/uk/create-account

https://www.ig.com/uk/how-to-apply

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