How to buy Franklin FTSE South Korea ETF
A Step-by-Step-Guide on how to buy Franklin FTSE South Korea (FLKR) ETF
Buy the ETF from Franklin FTSE South Korea in three easy steps!
Make a eToro account
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Supply an email address, choose a username, and use a strong, secure password.
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Verification of your identity
In order to buy Franklin FTSE South Korea, you’ll need to provide your name, date of birth, country and phone number alongside with extra support documents which verify your identity.
Those supporting documents are a valid ID, like Driver license or Passport and sometimes also Proof of Residence Document like Bank statement, Credit card statement, Utility bill(water, electricity, gas, internet, phone), Payroll statement -or- Official salary document from employer, Tax document or Residence certificate.
Such an verfication of identity is there to stop identity fraud or theft.
Begin buying Franklin FTSE South Korea by depositing USD or EUR
Funding your account with fiat currencies, like EUR or USD for trading can be done in a number of ways, which includes SWIFT, SEPA and domestic wire transfers and creditcard.
The variant you choose will be based on your location and preference.
When your fiat currency strikes your account, you will be able to buy ETF from Franklin FTSE South Korea (FLKR).
With your account you’ll as well have access to support, charting tools and leveraged trading.
Kudos! You've successfully bought Franklin FTSE South Korea (FLKR).
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