Notice about Payment via Oxxo

Notice about Payment via Oxxo

How to place a notice about the payment?

If you made a deposit via Oxxo, but the funds were not credited to your FXOpen account, please use the payment notification form.

  1. Select Add Funds → Oxxo and then click the notification form link.

  2. Fill in the form and click Notice.

    The Transaction ID is indicated on the payment voucher you used to make a deposit.

How to check the transaction status

Click your eWallet number on the left of the Client Portal.

The transaction status is shown on the Account Operations/History tab.

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