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Getting funds into your account

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Once your account is set up and verified the next step to making your first investment is to fund your account.

There are a few ways that you can fund your different accounts. Take a look at the tabs below each of the different account types to see which way suits you best.

Note that some SID payments currently can take up to 48 hours for allocation. This delay sits with the respective bank unfortunately, but we are working hard to ensure we allocate those funds as soon as possible.

Capitec bank account holders

The best and fastest way to get funds into your EasyEquities account if you bank with Capitec is to make use of the EasyEquities widget. Read how you can link your account to the widget here and take a look at the funding FAQ here.

ZAR

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The cheapest way to fund your EasyEquities account with zero fees:
  • Log in to your account  

  • Make sure to select your ZAR account on the account selector

  • Select the menu in the top left corner

  • Select Deposits under the My Funds section of the menu

  • Scroll down and use the drop-down menu to select the bank where your bank account is held

  • Use the bank account details in the block below the drop-down menu to make an EFT from your internet banking or banking app

    NB

    EFT deposits may take up to 2-3 business days to reflect in your EasyEquities account. The correct account number must be used as a reference to ensure the funds are allocated to the correct account. The reference number is the full 13 / 14-character account number displayed on the account overview page of the respective account.

TFSA

Inter-Account Transfer EFT
You can transfer your funds from your ZAR account to your TFSA account. Simply use one of the other methods to fund your ZAR account or use any funds that are already in your ZAR account.
  • Log in to your account
  • Make sure to select your ZAR account on the account selector  
  • Select the menu in the top left corner
  • Select Inter-account Transfers and EasyFX under the My Funds section of the menu
  • Select a From and a To account
  • Enter the amount you would like to transfer
  • Confirm that you agree with the terms and conditions
  • Select Transfer Now

USD

EasyFX Transfer From a Bank Account
EasyFX is EasyEquities' built-in international funds transfer solution. Make sure you have funded your ZAR account using one of the methods above and then follow the steps below
  • Log in to your account
  • Make sure you have selected your USD account on the account selector at the top of the page
  • Select the menu in the top left corner
  • Select Inter-account Transfers and EasyFX under the My Funds section of the menu
  • Select your ZAR as the From account and your USD account as the To account
  • Enter the amount you would like to transfer
  • Confirm that you agree with the terms and conditions
  • Select transfer now

NB!

EasyFX transfers may take up to 2 business days to reflect on your USD account

AUD

EasyFX Transfer From a Bank Account
EasyFX is EasyEquities' built-in international funds transfer solution. Make sure you have funded your ZAR account using one of the methods above and then follow the steps below
  • Log in to your account
  • Make sure you have selected your AUD account on the account selector at the top of the page
  • Select the menu in the top left corner
  • Select Inter-account Transfers and EasyFX under the My Funds section of the menu
  • Select your ZAR as the From account and your AUD account as the To account
  • Enter the amount you would like to transfer
  • Confirm that you agree with the terms and conditions
  • Select transfer now

NB!

EasyFX transfers may take up to 2 business days to reflect on your AUD account

RA

Deposits into your RA account may only be done by EFT

EFT
  • Log in to your account
  • Make sure you have selected your RA account on the account selector at the top of the page
  • Select the menu in the top left corner
  • Select Deposits under the My Funds section of the menu
  • Scroll down and use the drop-down menu to select the bank where your bank account is held
  • Use the bank account details in the block below the drop-down menu to make an EFT from your internet banking or banking app

EasyProperties

Visit the EasyProperties Help Centre article on getting Funds Into Your Account here.


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