BlackBull Markets now offers that its customers will now be able to finance via PayPal, one of the world’s largest and most popular payment methods. To celebrate this, BlackBull Markets forex broker BlackBull Markets is offering free financing via PayPal (savings of 2.5%) until November 30, 2020.
What is PayPal?
PayPal is a trusted leader in online payments that enables buyers and businesses to send and receive money online. PayPal is listed on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange with a market capitalization of more than $127 billion and has more than 100 million member accounts in 190 countries and regions.
Is PayPal safe to use?
PayPal helps protect your credit card information with state-of-the-art security and fraud prevention systems.
How do I fund my account with PayPal?
You can easily sign up for a PayPal account or simply use PayPal to fund your account using your credit or debit card when an account is not required. Take advantage of our no-fee financing promotion now.
What other options does BlackBull Markets offer?
BlackBull Markets offers a range of financing options. Please note that for international bank transfers, our bank details have recently changed. Please ensure you log in to the client area to confirm that you have our correct and up-to-date information.
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BlackBull Markets is a true ECN broker, No Dealing Desk, offering institutional quality products and services available. Unparalleled market depth (up to 100 lot per click trades with 1:500 leverage) Exclusive trading order aggregation system reducing spreads while increasing execution speeds and available markets. Personalized account support with a personal account manager with 24/6 live support.
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