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Clients from Brazil now have an opportunity to deposit their funds with Jeton Wallet. However, working with Jeton Wallet can be complicated. This article is a step-by-step guide on how to use this payment system.

Local Bank

In order to pay via local banks with Jeton, do the following.

If you are already signed up to Jeton wallet and have a registered account:

1. Choose Jeton wallet as a payment method.

2. Then enter your Jeton ID — this is a unique number of your personal account within Jeton Wallet.

If you are not registered with Jeton Wallet:

1. Open a Jeton Wallet account. Be sure to specify the correct information.

2. Now, in your Jeton account, go to the ‘Wallet’ tab and push ‘Deposit’.

3. Then choose ‘Safetypay Online’ from the list of available options.

4. Specify the amount of money you want to deposit and fill in all relevant information.

5. Complete the transaction on the following page.

6. You can check the transaction status in the ‘Transactions’ tab of your Jeton personal cabinet.

When the registration process is complete, choose Jeton Wallet from the list of available payment systems on the IQ Option deposit page and enter your Jeton ID.

Available Banks

Boleto Bancario is available as a local bank to the clients from Brazil.

Boleto

Working with Boleto is a little bit different (some may even say easier). Here is what you want to do in order to deposit with this paymentsystem.

1. Open a Jeton Wallet account. Be sure to specify the correct information.

2. Now, in your Jeton account, go to the ‘Wallet’ tab and push ‘Deposit’.

3. Then choose ‘Boleto’ from the list of available options.

4. Specify the amount of money you want to deposit and fill in all relevant information.

5. Once the transaction is complete, you will be able to see all relevant information in the ‘Transactions’ tab of your Jeton personal cabinet.

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