The Prepay plan offers a very flexible use of the trade copier, it will especially fits for small accounts: you just make a deposit in your Duplikium eWallet and then you will be debited for each order depending of the trade size. ​You can connect as many Slaves as you wish with the Prepay plan.

The amount you charged on your Prepay eWallet is for lifetime, there is no expiration or duration limit to use it.

On the PrePay plan, you would have to pay for each copy of the trade to each of the respective Slave accounts, the cost is 2 EUR for 100'000 EUR equivalent (1 standard lot = 100'000 EUR equivalent), whatever is the traded instrument.5 EUR maximum per day per Slave. The Prepay plans fees is computed on the Slave(s) volume, not on the Master volume.

The volume is always expressed in EUR and is the notional value of the order. Usually a standard lot is 100'000 units. For instance 2 EUR/USD lots is equivalent to 200'000 EUR. 1 lot of USD/CHF is equivalent to 89'000 EUR (if EUR/USD rate is 1.1235). The trade copier always takes the current market rate to convert the volume in EUR.

When your Free subscription reaches its daily or monthly limit it becomes a Prepay plan. So if you have funds in your eWallet you will be able to continue to copy trades. However, if your eWallet is empty you will not be able to copy/duplicate new trades (to open) from your Master(s) to the Slave that reached its activity limit. The closing of trades is always possible. If you need to continue to copy/duplicate trades, please deposit cash in your Virtual eWallet by going in your Cockpit -> "Your eWallet" -> "Recharge your eWallet"

 You can select one of our Prepay amount and pay with Paypal or your Credit Card:

Prepay trade-copier plan

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You can check the fees computed using the Prepay plan for each slave separately in the account reporting, just go in the Slaves -> Accounts and click on the Account Reporting button for the slave of your choice, you will see the number of orders, the total volume and the fees taken for different periods.

Volume and fees are computed on a per order basis, this means that if for instance you create a order to open a position of 10'000 EUR and then a new order to close the whole position, it will appears as 2 orders for a volume of 20'000 EUR.


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