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When it comes to payment methods, IQ Option has a lot to offer. In addition to all other methods, there is also an option to refill your account through the means of a local bank transfer. For those of you residing in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam a local bank transfer can be a great option, as it lets you deposit in your national currency and use the bank of your choice.

In order to make a deposit with your local bank, go to the IQ Option website and click on ‘Deposit’ in the right side of your screen.

Choose a necessary amount and a preferred local bank. Please note that you’ll be offered only those banks relevant for your country. Here is a full list of banks available for payment:

Thailand – Bangkok Bank, Kasikorn Bank, Krung Thai Bank, Siam Commercial Bank, Bank of Ayudhya, Government Savings Bank, TMB Bank.
Indonesia – Central Asia, Negara Indonesia, Rakyat Indonesia, CIMB Niaga, Mandiri.
Vietnam – Vietcombank, Asia Commercial Bank, Bank for Investment and Development, Techcombank, Vietin Bank, Sacombank, Donga Bank, Eximbank.
Malaysia – Maybank, Hong Leong Bank, RHB Bank, Public Bank, CIMB Bank, AmBank.

Finally, click on ‘Go to payment’.

You’ll be redirected to a payment gateway of a chosen bank. Please, input necessary credentials and click on ‘Continue’.

Please choose a bank account for transaction, if necessary, and input an OTP code received on your phone.

After the OTP code is verified by the system, your deposit has been successfully processed.

And you are good to go.

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NOTE: This article is not an investment advice. Any references to historical price movements or levels is informational and based on external analysis and we do not warranty that any such movements or levels are likely to reoccur in the future.
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