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E*Trade HK closed

Postby mariachimike » 25 Apr 2016, 12:04

Hi guys,

Is anybody else here an E*Trade account holder? I was wiring money to their HK account for trading in E*Trade but my last wire transfer was rejected, citing an incorrect account number (but it's the same account number I've been using).

I checked online and as of March 10, 2016 their HK operations have shut. (Link)

I assume from now on I just wire my money directly to the US bank for trading. Can anybody confirm?
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