Here is the issue: "We're pleased to announce the launch of OANDA's FXGlobalTransfer You can now transfer money worldwide from your FXTrade account! Enable FXGlobalTransfer in your FXTrade account by visiting the following link: https://fxglobaltransfer.oanda.com/account/fxgt-registration.shtml Feedback is always appreciated." Since the FXGlobalTransfer can be registered online with only a FXTrade password, I am wondering whether there is a potential risk that as long as someone (such as Oanda's ex-staff) has my password could use this arrangement to send my money (with FXTrade) to anywhere (s)he wants to send, without my knowledge or approval, particularly when at a time I will be away holidaying without daily access to my e-mail notice. I think this feature is a serious security issue to be carefully reviewed first before launching? How about a trader is authorised by a relative to trade her FXTrade account with Oanda by providing the FXTrade passowrd for logging-in her account (and possibly the trader has been helping to look after her e-mails daily)? Do you feel safe and secure for this new feature?