As already mentioned in EmpireOption review, broker applies the best data privacy procedures by complying with TRUSTe. This also means security for the financial data users must transact with when depositing and withdrawing. Using banking services with EmpireOption can be a variable experience when it comes to different account holders, but professionalism and security are undisputed.EmpireOption review indicated us we can always expect that from them.
Empire Option has been named the best broker in Spain on our Spanish website – el mejor Corredor en España.
Users can use credit cards, bank wire transfers and e-money services to transfer funds, deposits can be done swiftly by using Visa, MasterCard, bank account, Neteller, Payza, BBVA or Skrill. Some methods are faster, some enable transferring larger amounts.
When withdrawing, different rules apply for different account holders as we found out with EmpireOption Review.
The EmpireOption micro account requires minimum $200, processing takes 10 days, fee is $30 per transaction and there is a minimum of 20 operations required before withdrawing. Maximum withdrawal is 500 currency units.
With the EmpireOption classic account, processing lasts up to 7 days, fee is $25, minimum and maximum withdrawal amounts are 100 and 2000 currency units respectably. 15 min operations is required.
The EmpireOption Plus account is a bit more flexible, with $20 cost per withdrawal, 5 days processing, minimum $100 to max. 3500 can be withdrawn, after 10 operations.
Preferential account and VIP account require min 5 operations. Preferential account can offer withdrawals as small as $1 to $5000, costing $10 fee, while with the VIP, maximum is unlimited and the fee is nonexistent.
For Classic Accounts, Plus Accounts, Preferential and Empire Vip, the first withdrawal each month is free of charge.
While doing the EmpireOption review we found out that broker is a brand of Lubona Enterprises Limited, based on BIV.