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Liquid Markets 100% Guarantee Your funds are safe

Dear Clients and Partners, The delay created by EU officials and the Cypriot government in attempting to reach a bailout agreement has created much uncertainty.

It is normal for people to be worried, however we wish to confirm that: The funds you have deposited are completely safe because they are being held in UK and German banks outside of Cyprus.

Consequently, there is no risk whatsoever to your funds being lost, levied upon or seized in any way shape or form. In fact your funds are safer in a trading account than in a bank account these days.

Liquid Markets is crediting deposits and debiting withdrawals immediately as we have always done. There are no delays whatsoever. Even if a levy or haircut is finally applied to Cypriot depositors there is no risk of your trading accounts experiencing any such penalties because they are trading accounts held with Liquid Markets and not bank accounts.

No one can deduct funds from your account without your permission. Liquid Markets as a company is not at risk. Our own funds are also held in UK and German banks outside of Cyprus. Additionally Liquid Markets is a profitable company with no form of debt whatsoever and a total share capital of 5.7m EUR. Consequently, your funds are safe with us. All you have to worry about is market risk not counterparty risk, and thats why we open trading accounts in the first place.

Nick Bang CEO

Wednesday, 27 Mar, 2013 / 4:00

Source : http://www.lqdmarkets.com/About-Us/liquid-markets-guarantee

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