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Being blocked from buying due to consideration fee

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I opened an ISA account to buy shares, but have just discovered IG's minimum consideration fee is 90 pounds.

I have 4000 pounds remaining to buy shares for my ISA and would like to buy 4000 pounds worth of shares in one company, but I'm being blocked from buying due to the consideration fee only amounting to a total of 52 pounds and not their minimum 90 pounds. 

What options are there?

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