WorldWide Markets, (WWM) provides online trading and risk management for Forex, gold, oil, and other security indices. They are regulated by the British Virgin Island Financial Services Commission and their license number is provided on their site, making it easy for potential clients to check out the company independently. WWM prides itself on providing high security systems for all client accounts, something they believe sets them apart from other Forex brokers.
During our WorldWide Markets review we found that their services are available in English, Arabic, Chinese and Spanish, and they are available for customer service via phone, email, and post-mail. It is also easy to be in touch with WorldWide Markets through their Twitter and Facebook pages. The minimum deposit for WorldWide Markets is $25, so traders can test out a live account if they prefer without investing too much initially.
MetaTrader 4, Mobile, Flash-Trader, FX Options Pro and iTrader for Android are the platforms provided by WorldWide Markets and all are available on both demo and live accounts. WorldWide Markets is currently working hard to finish iPhone and iPad applications though they are not currently ready.
A notable advantage to having an account with Word Wide Markets is their WWM Debit card given to customers with $500 or more in their accounts. It is easy to apply for a debit card through their website. This solution allows traders the ability to withdraw their funds directly onto a prepaid debit card, for easy spending wherever they desire.
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