Fees & Charges
There are no hidden fees at Plus500. Plus500 is mainly compensated for its services through the spread. For more information
As part of our commitment to offer the best trading conditions available, we cover most payment processing fees.
On rare occasions, you may incur fees when transferring money to and from your Plus500 account. These are determined and levied by your payment issuer or bank, and not by Plus500.
Plus500 is mainly compensated for its services through the "market spread". For example, when trading EUR/USD, if the buy rate is 1.12078 then
Plus500 will charge a Currency Conversion Fee for all trades on instruments denominated in a currency different to the currency of your account.
The overnight funding amount is either added to or subtracted from your account whenever a position is left open after a certain cut-off time (the “Overnight Funding Time”).
Costs and charges are what you pay to Plus500 for the investment services and financial instruments provided, as well as for some aspects and features of trading. There are ongoing, one-off, transaction and incidental costs, all of which are charged to your account, and will affect your profits/losses accordingly.
Plus500 does not claim to be an official academic institution that has received recognition from any country/government.