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While it is common for brokers to accept credit card deposits and bank transfers, but few brokers have PayPal as an option to make deposits.  In recent years, PayPal has tried to reduce the number of payments they make to Forex brokers, but some brokers keep it as an option.

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List of Forex Brokers Accepting PayPal Deposits

Last updated on 11 May 2021
Updated 11 May 2021
by Editorial Director Jeffrey Cammackby Jeffrey Cammack
Jeffrey Cammack
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Pepperstone
Min. Deposit
USD 0
4.614.61
Min. Spread
0 pips
# CFDs
0
Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Overall Rating
11110.54.61/ 5
AlertAccepts South African Clients. Average spread EUR/USD 0.77 pips with 0.0 USD commission round turn on the trading account with lowest minimum deposit. Max leverage 400:1. Islamic account available. MT4, MT5 & cTrader platforms supported. Pepperstone Group is regulated by the FCA, ASIC, and the DFSA.
2
markets.com
Min. Deposit
ZAR 2500
4.494.49
Min. Spread
0.60 pips
# CFDs
2206
Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Overall Rating
11110.54.49/ 5
AlertAccepts South African Clients. Average spread EUR/USD 0.70 pips on trading account with lowest minimum deposit. Max leverage 300:1. Islamic account available. MT4, MT5 & Marketsx platforms supported. MarketsX is regulated by the FCA, CySEC, ASIC, and the BVI FSC.
3
FP Markets
Min. Deposit
AUD 100
4.284.28
Min. Spread
0 pips
# CFDs
10099
Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Overall Rating
11110.54.28/ 5
AlertAccepts South African Clients. Average spread EUR/USD 0.10 pips on trading account with lowest minimum deposit. Max leverage 500:1. Islamic account available. MT4, MT5 & IRESS platforms supported. FP Markets is regulated by CySEC and ASIC.
4
IC Markets
Min. Deposit
USD 200
4.464.46
Min. Spread
0.10 pips
# CFDs
1744
Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Overall Rating
11110.54.46/ 5
AlertAccepts South African Clients. Average spread EUR/USD 0.10 pips with 7 USD commission round turn on the trading account with lowest minimum deposit. Max leverage 500:1. Islamic account available. MT4, MT5 & cTrader platforms supported. IC Markets is regulated by CySEC, ASIC, the SCB, and the FSA .
5
IG
Min. Deposit
USD 0
4.694.69
Min. Spread
0.60 pips
# CFDs
19295
Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Overall Rating
11110.54.69/ 5
AlertAccepts South African Clients. Average spread EUR/USD 0.85 pips on trading account with lowest minimum deposit. Max leverage 200:1. Islamic account available. MT4, ProRealTime and L2 Dealer platforms supported. IG Markets Group is regulated by FCA, ASIC, and the FSCA.
6
XTB
Min. Deposit
USD 5
4.144.14
Min. Spread
0.80 pips
# CFDs
4148
Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Overall Rating
11110.54.14/ 5
AlertAccepts South African Clients. Average spread EUR/USD 1.40 pips on the trading account with lowest minimum deposit. Max leverage 500:1. Islamic account available. xStation5 platform supported. XTB Group is regulated by CySEC, FCA, the DFSA, the FSCA, and the IFSC
7
Plus500
Min. Deposit
ZAR 1500
4.094.09
Min. Spread
0 pips
# CFDs
2638
Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Overall Rating
11110.54.09/ 5
AlertAccepts South African Clients. Average spread EUR/USD 0.80 pips on trading account with lowest minimum deposit. Max leverage 30:1.Islamic account available. Plus500 proprietary trading platform supported. Plus500 is regulated by FCA, CySEC, ASIC, and MAS. 77% of traders lose money with this provider.

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