Pepperstone Review by Online Brokers Australia Updated For Money Withdrawal Test

Online Brokers Australia updates it's Pepperstone review, with a specific focus on withdrawal times. More information can be found at https://www.onlinebrokersaustralia.com.au/reviews/pepperstone/

Sydney, Australia - July 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Australian regulated stock, CFD and Forex broker reviews website Online Brokers Australia recently updated their in-depth Pepperstone broker review with a focus on time taken to withdraw money from a brokerage account. Online Brokers Australia aims to provide the most relevant and trusted information to Forex traders so that they may trade with confidence.

While some reviews online do not test a broker to this level of detail, Online Brokers Australia choose to focus this update on the funds withdrawal process. The aim was to confirm if the times displayed on Pepperstone’s web site to withdraw money from a trading account were matched in real life, because they understand the need for accurate and tested reviews in the Forex trading industry.

More information and full test results of the Pepperstone withdrawal review can be found on their website https://www.onlinebrokersaustralia.com.au/reviews/pepperstone/

While most other review sites simply list the positive selling points, such as trading costs or platform the broker offers, testing the total withdrawal time from initial withdrawal request to when the money appears in the bank account is not only unique but confirms that Pepperstone withdrawal times are accurate and match those stated on their web site.

Some reviewers may go so far as to state the more perceived critical aspect such as, the money withdrawn must be returned to the same bank account that is linked to the trader’s account. However, this is not really a drawback at all, as this is due to Pepperstone broker complying with the Australian anti-money laundering laws.

Online Brokers Australia endeavours to go one step further in its mission to provide more value to traders. In particular, documented confirmation of the funds withdrawal times displayed on Pepperstone’s web site is an expansion on their existing review services found here. One example of such specific advice is found below.

Founder of Online Brokers Australia, Stuart Young stated, “as part of this Pepperstone review update, we submitted a funds withdrawal request on the 11th July 2019 at 9.58 am Australian EST to verify the procedures and withdrawal time taken. We are happy to confirm the Pepperstone withdrawal process and time frames we experienced matched those stated on the Pepperstone broker web site. We received our fund’s withdrawal confirmation email from Pepperstone on Friday 12th July 2019 at 3:34 pm Australian EST, which is exactly in line with Pepperstone’s withdrawal statement. The money was also received in the bank account on the 12th July which exceeded expectations.”

Online Brokers Australia got its start in 2014, founded by Stuart Young. The idea for the site came about when he saw the need to provide a review and comparison site that made the broker selection process easy. Stuart also saw the need for a site where users could see the real person behind the reviews and the experience they offer. Young stated, “that’s why we don’t hide behind ‘faceless’ reviews as many other broker comparison websites do”.

Online Brokers Australia’s funds withdrawal test and updated review of Pepperstone Forex broker can be found at https://www.onlinebrokersaustralia.com.au/reviews/pepperstone/

Contact Info:
Name: Stuart Young
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Organization: Online Brokers Australia
Address: Level 36, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
Phone: +61-2-8880-9022
Website: https://www.onlinebrokersaustralia.com.au

Source: PressCable

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