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option500 commits to ultimate security regarding your deposit and withdrawal process.  Your deposits can be performed through an array of secure and reputable payment methods, and in a variety of currencies.  The process is simple, safe, and quick.

Your withdrawals can be received just as efficiently.  You can transfer the funds into your account in the currency that you choose, and in the secured method which is most convenient for you.  Your funds will be received in a short time period.

Below are the methods of choice, for deposits and withdrawals:

Credit Card

Depositing or withdrawing your funds via credit card is a fast and secure method highly recommended by option500.  Currently, we support the following Debit/Credit Cards:

Visa, Delta, MasterCard, Diners, Visa Electron, Maestro, Maestro UK (Switch) and Solo.

*Please note that Maestro online requires 3D Secure for authentication, so you will have to register with your bank for a 3D code before making a Maestro deposit.

Wire Transfer

This deposit method allows you to send money directly from your bank account to your Binary Option account, eliminating the need for payment services. You can also receive your funds securely through wire transfers.  Please be aware, however, that there may be fees associated with wire transfers and it is worth looking into this before using this payment method.

E-Wallets

Depositing and withdrawing your funds via e-wallets is quick and easy. Currently we support more than 20 digital methods. Please check with your Account Manager for more details.

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