GoldmanCFD accepts deposits via Mastercard, VISA and Diners credit cards. Deposits from the following electronic payment solutions are also accepted – Abaqoos, eKonto, ePay, ePS, Euteller, GiroPay, HalCash. iDeal, Bancontact Mister Cash, MultiBanco, Neosurf, Przelewy24, SOFORT, SporoPay, TeleIngreso, TicketSurf, TrustPay and Poli.
According to their Terms & Conditions, bank wire deposits are also accepted. The minimum amount for a bank wire deposit is 3,000 EUR/GBP.
If you decide to withdraw funds you need to make sure that you have verified your account according to their KYC requirements. Withdrawal is processed using the same method that you used to deposit funds.
GoldmanCFD claims that there is no minimum amount that can be withdrawn, however in case of bank wire withdrawal, the minimum amount is 3,000 EUR/GBP.
Deposit and withdrawal fees are mentioned in the Terms & Conditions but we did not find any information on how much these fees really are.
GoldmanCFD Safety of Funds
We did not find any information about a GoldmanCFD license. The company claims that client funds are held in a segregated account and that these funds are separated from operation company funds.
If GoldmanCFD had a license, this would be standard practice and client funds would be segregated and insured. You have to keep in mind that this broker does not have a license.