Yes, you can. You will first need to ensure that you have zero balance in your account for both Everest Gold Units (EGUs) and USD.
Alternately, you may fill up the contact us form here.
Yes, however Everest Gold does not impose any bank charges on our users.
When there is a local or international fund transfer, there may be charges imposed by various banks e.g. Remitting bank (User), the Beneficiary bank (Everest Gold or World First Asia), the Intermediary bank or others.
Some of the scenarios as follow:
When a user makes an international fund transfer of USD 100 to Everest Gold or World First Asia, they may have to choose one of the following charge options.
However, there are cases where charge options may not be available in certain banks and “SHA” is the default charge option selected.
a) BEN: Charges are borne by the Everest Gold
Everest Gold bears all charges of the banks engaged in the transfer of the payment. User only pay the remittance amount. All charges (Remitting bank’s as well those of the Intermediary and Beneficiary banks, etc.) will be deducted from the remittance amount and your Beneficiary will receive the remaining balance.
Outcome: Everest Gold will receive USD 100 less the Remitting Charges and Correspondent Bank Charges.
b) SHA: Charges are shared between User & Everest Gold
User pay for the Remitting bank’s charges and the remittance amount. EG bears the charges of all the other banks’ (the Intermediary and Beneficiary banks, etc.), which will be deducted from the remittance amount. EG will receive the remaining balance. This is the most common type of charge, where each party bears their respective charges.
Outcome: Everest Gold will receive USD 100 less the Correspondent Bank Charges.
c) OUR: Charges are borne by User
User bear all charges of the payment, i.e. the remittance amount, Remitting bank’s charges, as well as all the other banks’ (Correspondent, Intermediary and Beneficiary banks etc.). The charges will be debited from User indicated account after the exact amount has been identified. For cases where we have “OUR” arrangement with our correspondents, we will debit the agent charges upfront.
Outcome: Everest Gold will receive USD 100 in full.
There is no minimum amount for deposits. However, there is a maximum limit of USD 3,000 per transaction.
For withdrawals, there is a minimum limit of USD 100 and there is no maximum limit.
It will take 1 business day for local fund transfer and up to 3 business days for international fund transfer.
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