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    Default Fund wit LR and Withdraw through AP?

    May i know if i can fund my fxopen account with Liberty reserve and withdraw through alertpay? is it allowed?

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    so can i fund with both Alertpay and Liberty reserve into one account? if them how can i withdraw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by earncommunity View Post
    so can i fund with both Alertpay and Liberty reserve into one account? if them how can i withdraw?
    Say you find with alertpay first, you can withdraw by alertpay up until your initial deposit amount, the remainder by Liberty Reserve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RebateFX.com View Post
    Say you find with alertpay first, you can withdraw by alertpay up until your initial deposit amount, the remainder by Liberty Reserve.
    ok! that means i can fund with alertpay and withdraw the profits through Liberty reserve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by earncommunity View Post
    ok! that means i can fund with alertpay and withdraw the profits through Liberty reserve?
    Please read carefully,
    Rebatefx explain if u use 2 method deposited - alertpay n LR
    Let says u fund using --> 20$ AP = 40$ LR = 20$profit
    so u need to withdraw 20$ to u AP account
    then other u can withdraw to LR account.

    Thanks

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