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What are the differences between the Consistency Enabled Accounts (CEA) and the No Consistency Accounts (NCA)?

There are only two main differences between the CEA and NCA accounts.
Consistency Enabled Accounts (CEA):
– The number of trades you take and lot sizes have to be consistent on a weekly basis.
– You can be paid every 2 weeks (bi-weekly).
No Consistency Accounts (NCA):
– No restrictions on the number of trades and lot sizes.
– You can be paid every 4 weeks (NOT monthly).
If you’re not sure whether you’re going to be consistent, then I would highly recommend starting with the NCA account. You can always switch later on at no charge.

Will withdrawing profits stop my account from scaling up?