FX Primus has launched MasterCard-branded prepaid card that allows clients to fund their trading accounts in their local currencies, including USD, EUR and many other currencies.

The new offering, FX Primus Prepaid MasterCard, enables cardholders to manage their money more wisely and trade the financial markets more responsibly and safely.

Available free of cost, the card can be used wherever MasterCard is accepted, including ATMs for cash withdrawal and in-store or online shopping with no accumulated interest or hidden fees.

Furthermore, cardholders can check their transaction history, card balance and manage their card account using a customised online banking tool.

FX Primus head of back office Holly Fitzgerald said: “Providing Prepaid MasterCards to our clients enables us to deliver a more personalised service to our traders.

“We also offer the option for our clients to have their very own physical card which provides them with further flexibility to reach their funds in an instant.

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“We value transparency and security, so we want our clients to know that they can access their funds anytime and anywhere.”