Leading online Forex and CFD broker, Forex-Metal, has announced that it will now be accepting payments through FasaPay, it has been reported. FasaPay was developed by PT Fasa Centra Artajaya, Indonidia and is considered a popular online payment system for its speed and reliability.
Payments in USD or IDR will be accepted, allowing increased flexibility to Indonesian Forex traders. FasaPay charges a 0.5% transaction fee, although this will be waived by Forex-Metal for deposits over USD1,000.
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