Deposit and Withdrawal


Upon completion of the registration process clients can fund and activate their account. The amount invested will be available in client’s account. Clients need to click on deposit option as they log on in order to invest funds. Visa, Master, American Express and Maestro Credit & Debit cards are accepted. Clients also can fund their accounts using international e-wallets such as Neteller & Skrill. Deposit methods that our clients can use are listed:

  • Bank Wire Transfer

    We allow clients to invest funds into their trading account from International & Local (Applicable in certain regions) Bank Accounts via Bank Wire. This is more of a traditional way of depositing money & easy too. Bank Wires are widely used by large scale traders who trade with large amounts and volumes.

  • Credit Cards/Debit Cards

    Clients can use their Visa, Master, Maestro and American Express cards to invest. This payment method is followed by so many people around the world because of the ease and popularity.

  • Neteller & Skrill

    Neteller & Skrill are online e-wallets used by most traders to Deposit & Withdraw funds of their trading accounts. This online payment processor is fast growing, easy & safe to use.


Clients are always encouraged by Troy Income & Growth Trust to withdraw their profits and the investments whenever they require. They have the freedom to withdraw funds any time they want. We aim to process the withdrawals in a maximum of 2 working days and in most cases clients receive their funds earlier but never later than 2 working days. Client can apply their withdrawals by filling up the withdrawal form available in the link given below, or by logging into their respective account. Since the AML policy is strictly followed, we never process withdrawals to 3rd party accounts. Funds can only be transferred to the account under clients account. KYC documents must be submitted by the client and approved by our compliance team in order to process the withdrawals. We will never claim any charges when processing withdrawals, Banks may have conversion charges/other charges based on their policies.