Deposit method Costs Transfer period Minimum per transaction Maximum per transaction
Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer to the
Company account
0%
To refund your expenses for bank-transfer, you need to send a copy of the payment document to e-mail [email protected].
5-7 working days $1,000 Without limits Deposit
Credit and Debit Cards
via
0%
The commission of the payment processor is 5%. ICE FX compensates part of the commission - 5%. The customer's final costs are 0%.
Instant $10 $5,000 Deposit
via
0%
The commission of the payment processor is 3.9% + $0.3. ICE FX compensates part of the commission: 3.9% + $0.3. The customer's final costs are 0%.
Instant $10 $5,000 Deposit
Electronic payment systems
Deposit from ePayments 0%
The commission of the payment processor is 1%. ICE FX compensates full commission - 1%. The customer's final costs are 0%.
Instant $10 Without limits Deposit
Deposit from Skrill 0%
The commission of the payment processor is 3.9% + $0.3. ICE FX compensates part of the commission: 3.9% + $0.3. The customer's final costs are 0%.
Instant $10 Without limits Deposit
Deposit from NETELLER 0%
The commission of the payment processor is 3.9% + $0.29. ICE FX compensates part of the commission: 3.9% + $0.29. The customer's final costs are 0%.
Instant $10 Without limits Deposit
Deposit from WebMoney 0%
The commission of the payment processor is 3.5% + 0.8%. ICE FX compensates full commission: 3.5% + 0.8%. The customer's final costs are 0%.
Instant $10 Without limits Deposit
Deposit method Costs Transfer period

WebmMoney

ePayments

You can deposit your Company account through ePayments wallet, preliminarily funding it internally by WebMoney.

To do this you need:

  1. Register and verify your ePayments account.
  2. Order and receive ePayments card (WebMoney prohibits internal transfers without the use of cards).
  3. Fund your ePayments wallet at: https://my.epayments.com/#/in/webmoneytoepayments
  4. Deposit the Company account through ePayments.

ICE FX

WebMoney → ePayments: 1% + 0.8%
ePayments → ICE FX: 0%
Webmoney → ePayments: Instant
ePayments → ICE FX: Instant

SWIFT

ePayments

You can deposit your Company account through ePayments wallet, preliminarily funding it internally by bank transfer (SWIFT).

To do this you need:

  1. Register and verify your ePayments account.
  2. Fund your ePayments wallet at: https://my.epayments.com/#/in/bank
  3. Deposit the Company account through ePayments.

ICE FX

SWIFT → ePayments: (Your bank wire fee)
ePayments → ICE FX: 0%
SWIFT → ePayments: 1–5 banking days
ePayments → ICE FX: Instant

SWIFT

Skrill

You can deposit your Company account through Skrill wallet, preliminarily funding it internally by bank transfer (SWIFT).

To do this you need:

  1. Register and verify your Skrill account.
  2. Fund your Skrill wallet at: https://account.skrill.com/fund_uploads/
  3. Deposit the Company account through Skrill.

ICE FX

SWIFT → Skrill (Your bank wire fee)
Skrill → ICE FX: 3%
SWIFT → Skrill: 2–5 banking days
Skrill → ICE FX: Instant

Bitcoin

ePayments

You can deposit your Company account through ePayments wallet, preliminarily funding it internally by Bitcoin.

To do this you need:

  1. Register and verify your ePayments account.
  2. Fund your ePayments wallet at: https://my.epayments.com/#/in/bank
  3. Deposit the Company account through ePayments.

ICE FX

Bitcoin → ePayments 0%
ePayments → ICE FX: 0%
Bitcoin → ePayments: Instant
ePayments → ICE FX: Instant

Litecoin

ePayments

You can deposit your Company account through ePayments wallet, preliminarily funding it internally by Litecoin.

To do this you need:

  1. Register and verify your ePayments account.
  2. Fund your ePayments wallet at: https://my.epayments.com/#/in/bank
  3. Deposit the Company account through ePayments.

ICE FX

Litecoin → ePayments 0%
ePayments → ICE FX: 0%
Litecoin → ePayments: Instant
ePayments → ICE FX: Instant

ICE FX has classic rules that state that the method used to deposit funds must be the same method that would be used to withdraw. However, privileged categories of clients and other clients get some additional opportunities and exceptions.

Client status
Classic VIP, Elite, Loyal, Loyal+, PRO
The amount deposited by any method can be withdrawn using the same method. There are no withdrawal method restrictions regardless of the deposit method.
Funds deposited in any method can be withdrawn through ePayments and/or SWIFT transfers.
Profits (including all sorts of earned bonuses and others) can be withdrawn through any system.

Rules of calculation of liabilities

  1. If a client has withdrawable funds in his account balance in any system, that does not mean that the client can't withdraw his earnings through other systems: that is, the client can always withdraw everything except the mandatory limits.
  2. When withdrawing funds through a system with non-zeroed obligations, the withdrawal funds are ALWAYS considered liabilities (that is, income doesn't decrease).
  3. If there is an income on the accounts at the time of drawdown (the amount on accounts is greater than the amount of liabilities for all systems), the drawdown is deducted from the income (obligations does not reduce).
  4. If there is no income at the time of drawdown, the drawdown is deducted from liabilities for all systems having them, in proportion to the amount of the liabilities (liabilities are reduced).
  5. In the case of receiving income after reduction of liabilities due to drawdown, liabilities will not increase (there is a fixed minimum value).
  6. In the event of withdrawal (via ePayments and/or SWIFT) of funds exceeding the liabilities of these systems:
    • the withdrawals are considered income if there is a non-withdrawable income;
    • the funds withdrawn are deemed liabilities for other deposit/withdrawal systems, which decrease in proportion to their own size if there is no non-withdrawable income.
Note!

Deposit and withdrawal via Skrill and Neteller
is not available to customers from countries in the European Economic Area.

The company does not collaborate with payment processors registered outside the following jurisdictions: EU, Switzerland, the USA, Canada, Australia, or with counterparties whose reputation is reasonably doubtful.