Help CentreDeposit

Depositing funds into your Trade360 Trading Account is simple, safe, and secure. In this section, you will find quick and useful information about Trade360’s deposit process and funding methods.

What are your available funding methods?

  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • Pre-Paid Card
  • eWallet
  • Online Bank Transfer
  • Local Bank Transfer

Where do I make the deposit?

Unless you’re setting up a local Bank Transfer, simply make the deposit via our website’s secure Payment Page. If you choose to fund your account via local Bank Transfer, simply instruct your bank to wire the funds from your account into our bank account.

I’m experiencing a problem with my deposit. What should I do?

The best step to take when experiencing any difficulties with making a deposit is to contact our Support Team as soon as possible.

To contact our Support Team via online chat, please visit our Contact Us page.

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    How can I place a deposit towards my account balance?

    To place a deposit, log into your trading account and click the “Deposit” button located in the upper right corner of the screen. Then, simply enter the amount you wish to deposit and your preferred payment method.
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    What is the minimum deposit amount?

    Trade360 has a minimum deposit amount of US$250.
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    Which payment methods can I use to place a deposit?

    Trade360 supports all major credit and debit cards, Skrill, NETELLER, and Offline Bank Transfers.
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    Are there any deposit fees?



Crowd Tech Ltd has temporarily suspended the opening of new trading accounts. Existing trading account holders will continue to be serviced. Please note that Crowd Tech Ltd no longer collaborates with Athena Investments Dom Maklerski S.A. (AIDM) as its Tied Agent in Poland

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