4. Your Wallet

Money in-Money out
Written by Support
Updated 5 months ago

The wallet feature is one of features that separates Take Profit Trader from everyone else. This will be how you get paid, and how you withdraw money into your bank (or Paypal account). 

We will dive deeper into the wallet feature in the "Withdrawal" section of the knowledgebase, but let's take a surface level look here.

In the top right corner, you can find your wallet by clicking on your user avatar.

When you click on "Wallet" you will be brought to the main wallet page. 

Here you can see how much you currently have in your wallet, all of your deposit and withdraw history, as well as an option to deposit or withdraw funds. 

Any money available in your wallet can be used to purchase anything at TakeProfitTrader.com. This includes, new subscriptions, resets, etc. 

You will see the option to use the funds from your wallet at any checkout page.

Note: Currently your wallet will only light up as an option if it has enough funds to cover the entire cost of the transaction. We are working on fixing this!


To deposit, you can click on "Deposit" in the upper right corner of the pop-up. This will bring up a screen where you can deposit via credit card or Paypal. 

The deposited funds will end up in your wallet immediately after the transaction, allowing you to pay for tests, resets, etc. Any unused funds can be withdrawn anytime, at your convenience. 


Now to the fun part, the withdraw feature! 

Inside the wallet, if you click on "Withdraw" you will see this window pop-up...

The amount of money available to withdraw will show up in this window, based on how much money is in your wallet. 

We are using Deel to handle our withdrawals. You can read more about this over here.

Note: In order to withdraw gains from your Pro Account, you must first withdraw money from your Pro Account into your wallet. We show this process in this article.

To learn more about withdrawing from your wallet, please visit the Deposit & Withdraw section of the knowledgebase. 

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