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which one lets you transfer money between trading accounts the fastest? can you do it online with either of them? or do you have to wait for them to be open during US hours and have some support person do it?

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which one lets you transfer money between trading accounts the fastest? can you do it online with either of them? or do you have to wait for them to be open during US hours and have some support person do it?

I hate to revive a dormant thread but instead of creating a new one, I was wondering if anyone has answer to the above? I recently opened a NT account and signed up with Dorman only to realize funding is via mailing a check (which seems a bit primitive to me in 2019....) or wire transfer (which can be costly due to fee overtime). Is Phillip the same?

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I hate to revive a dormant thread but instead of creating a new one, I was wondering if anyone has answer to the above? I recently opened a NT account and signed up with Dorman only to realize funding is via mailing a check (which seems a bit primitive to me in 2019....) or wire transfer (which can be costly due to fee overtime). Is Phillip the same?

Yes, Phillip is the same, but they charge $4 per check withdrawal, as where Dorman is free. Both do not use ACH transfers through NT, even though their direct website offers it.

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which one lets you transfer money between trading accounts the fastest? can you do it online with either of them? or do you have to wait for them to be open during US hours and have some support person do it?

my question was about sub accounts with the broker

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which one lets you transfer money between trading accounts the fastest? can you do it online with either of them? or do you have to wait for them to be open during US hours and have some support person do it?

We actually clear through both FCMs (Phillip and Dorman). Both are pretty fast with moving funds between same named accounts and wiring out funds. Phillip Capital actually does allow ACH transfers, Dorman does not. They both have client online portals but those are more for pulling Statements, 1099s, seeing your current positions etc. Please let me know if you have any other questions and I'd be glad to help!

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We actually clear through both FCMs (Phillip and Dorman). Both are pretty fast with moving funds between same named accounts and wiring out funds. Phillip Capital actually does allow ACH transfers, Dorman does not. They both have client online portals but those are more for pulling Statements, 1099s, seeing your current positions etc. Please let me know if you have any other questions and I'd be glad to help!

more specifically I mean, does this only take place during chicago / new york hours or can this be done in the "middle of the night" ?

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more specifically I mean, does this only take place during chicago / new york hours or can this be done in the "middle of the night" ?

Unfortunately not. You can request it but it's not going to be done till the next morning. Remember all of this has to be done by the FCM's accounting department and unfortunately accounting is not there usually until 7 AM Chicago / New York time. Sometimes if you call the trade desk they will do it but this really will not be processed till next morning when accounting is in.

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Unfortunately not. You can request it but it's not going to be done till the next morning. Remember all of this has to be done by the FCM's accounting department and unfortunately accounting is not there usually until 7 AM Chicago / New York time. Sometimes if you call the trade desk they will do it but this really will not be processed till next morning when accounting is in.

ok, that's what I was thinking - thanks

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I hate to revive a dormant thread but instead of creating a new one, I was wondering if anyone has answer to the above? I recently opened a NT account and signed up with Dorman only to realize funding is via mailing a check (which seems a bit primitive to me in 2019....) or wire transfer (which can be costly due to fee overtime). Is Phillip the same?

I have an acct with S5T which uses Dorman. I also have a Interactive Brokers acct. I absolutely love IB I can do whatever I want whenever I want.
Also I make a small fortune on the interest IB gives me and their acct security is the best. Without a doubt. Dorman has just a simple password = dark ages.

Once I asked for some money out of Dorman, which I do thru S5T, but Dorman has to actually do it. They took it from the wrong acct. I have an acct and a sub. This to me screams rindy-dink.

I can get at my cash many diff ways with IB and they are all fast. Only bank wire costs.

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even if I don't use it I'm sure it will help someone in the future

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