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HOW TO WITHDRAW FUNDS

Withdrawing your funds & your profits from your account is just as easy as depositing! You can cash out your
settled profits with a few simple steps using several methods.

Start by logging into your MyGKFX Prime account. Go to Funds and select Withdraw. Choose the account you
wish to draw funds and proceed with the request.

Credit/debit cards are the most convenient method for withdrawal. Alternate method is using bank transfer.

CREDIT CARD

GKFX Prime returns funds directly to
your credit card if you used it to
deposit. If multiple sources were
used, you can state your preference.

WITHDRAW FUNDS

BANK TRANSFER

In case your card is blocked or
unavailable, we send the payment to
your bank account. Just send us your
account information!

WITHDRAW FUNDS

HOW TO WITHDRAW – F.A.Q

Can I use someone else’s credit card or bank account for deposit/withdrawal?

No. The credit card or the bank account must belong to you. Contact us for special cases.

How do I withdraw my money?

You can request a payment back anytime you want. Requests are processed daily by our accounts department. Withdrawals are sent back to the deposit source (e.g. your credit card). If this option is unavailable, we will return funds to your bank account.

How will I know about charged costs?

We will inform you about any and all costs associated with deposit or withdrawal transactions, when/if they occur. GKFX Prime does not charge any fees or commissions for deposit or withdrawal. Such fees are charged by banks or by payment service providers.

My credit card was declined when I tried to deposit. What can I do?

Please send us the requested documents at payments@gkfxprime.com to get your card whitelisted:
1) Front and back of the credit card - blocking the middle 6 digits and CVV
2) Front and back of the ID

Which credit cards are accepted for deposit/withdrawal?

We accept Visa, MasterCard and Maestro cards for direct payments. If you are using E-Wallet method to deposit, the service you use (Neteller or Skrill) might have a specific preference for credit card type.