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  1. #21
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    Ok it seems safe.

    Does Marketiva pays interest? if yes is it higher than Oanda or MAN Singapore?

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by reza107 View Post
    Ok it seems safe.

    Does Marketiva pays interest? if yes is it higher than Oanda or MAN Singapore?
    Yes, Marketiva is absolute great. I've use them for a long time and happy with their sevice. Great online support, Fast to process withdrawal and deposit, Gorgeous platform, , Great chat system, etc...

    As I know , marketiva implement zero interest policy for all instruments, that's means they don't pay interest...

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluewingsangel View Post
    Yes, Marketiva is absolute great. I've use them for a long time and happy with their sevice. Great online support, Fast to process withdrawal and deposit, Gorgeous platform, , Great chat system, etc...

    As I know , marketiva implement zero interest policy for all instruments, that's means they don't pay interest...
    yes, i think the best bright side in marketiva is his excellent services ( we can get help in 24 trading hours and most of our question can be solved less than 3 minutes) and his advanced technology( there are a lot of useful indicators that marketiva offered for us and the trading function just like stop,limit,exit stop less and exit target all of them are very easy and powerful.)

    all in all,marketiva is the best platform i have ever seen.i like use it the best and glad my wealth growing up with it together.

  4. #24
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    does anyone else find it kind of fishy that Marketiva accept deposits from e-gold and e-bullion? Especially since e-gold is facing charges from the U.S. government and is probably going to be shut down soon. The deposit methods they offer reminds me of alot of scam sites. It just seems like all the reputable brokers only accept deposits through credit card, wire, and ACH.
    Last edited by gstorms85; 08-09-2007 at 12:35 PM.

  5. #25
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    Will they add credit/debit card deposit/withdrawal soon?

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by vladv View Post
    Will they add credit/debit card deposit/withdrawal soon?
    marketiva offer us six kinds of deposite and withdrawal methods now ( there are wire transfer / e-bullion / e-dinar / liberty reserve / e-gold / webmoney ) all of them are quickly and safely, i think those methods are more than sufficient for us.

    i usually use wire transfer and e-gold to deposite and withdrawal before, but now e-gold company seems have some troubles need to solve, so i used wire transfer recently,this method also is very quickly for me, i can get my money in two days usually.

  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by vladv View Post
    Will they add credit/debit card deposit/withdrawal soon?
    have no idea about your questions But I think we have enough payment methods to choose now, especially they added Liberty Reserve as payment method last week...

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by topchess View Post
    I am using it without problems so far, please wait for other reviews, as you can't build reputation on just single experience. but so far, experience is good.
    lots of issues

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by razergold View Post
    Liberty Reserve will be very famous soon. First at all, there is no transaction fee or other fees.

    Look at here Service Fees and Fee Comparison Chart

    You can save a lot of money on the fees.

    Look at here: Liberty Reserve

    Goldstores and Marketiva are listed as the Merchant of the Week. Great.

    I believe there will be many merchants listed soon.

    Hi, thanks razegold. I created account on LR few days ago, but didn't use it. I heard LR is cheap. but don't know where I can exchange LR currency ? is LR easy to use ? does LR has any limition ? I have many such questions about LR hehe..

    but anyway, I'm going to try deposit my markeitva account via LR. Marketiva added LR as payment methods befor last week, and I saw many people said LR is good and cheaper... I'm going to abandon e-gold since I can't access directly from my location, and e-bullion is a little expensive as I see...hehe... Luck marketiva offer so many payment methods..

    at least, hope you can give me some info about exchange LR ... thanks in advanced razergold..

  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by razergold View Post
    Liberty Reserve will be very famous soon. First at all, there is no transaction fee or other fees.

    Look at here Service Fees and Fee Comparison Chart

    You can save a lot of money on the fees.

    Look at here: Liberty Reserve

    Goldstores and Marketiva are listed as the Merchant of the Week. Great.

    I believe there will be many merchants listed soon.

    yes,i am agree with you , i have talked with his live support person is very friendly just like marketiva's live support, but they only can support us in english not like marketiva can provide so many kinds of language.anyway LR is good enough for us.

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