Important information about payments
To reduce the time taken for a deposit to reach your trading account, please submit all deposit requests from within the Axi Secure Client Portal. This ensures we are aware of your incoming payment and can apply the funds at the earliest opportunity. Please note: not all payment options are available in all countries – please log into the Secure Client Portal to view the payment options are available to you.
Third Party Deposits and Withdrawals
Axi does not accept payments from third parties. Please ensure all deposits into your trading account come from an account in your name. Payments received from Joint Accounts will be accepted if the trading account holder is one of the parties to the joint account.
In the event we suspect third-party funding has occurred, we reserve the right to return the funds to the remitter and retain the balance in your account, pending verification of proof of identity and the source of funds before processing. In the absence of verification, we reserve the right to retain the balance in your account and you will not be permitted to withdraw the balance of your account.
Axi does not process withdrawals to third parties. All requests of this nature will be cancelled.
AxiCorp is required by statutory anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing obligations to report any activity by an individual, company or trust that could be construed as suspicious to the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC).
Axi does not change any fees for deposits or withdrawals, for any payment method. However, please be aware that you may incur fees on payments to and from some international banking institutions and that AxiCorp accepts no responsibility for any such bank fees. Please also note that your bank may view a payment to Axi as a cash advance and bill you according to your cash advance rules.
Funding without trading
If there is sufficient evidence that deposits made are not for trading purposes, Axi reserves the right to pass on the deposit fees at the time of withdrawal.