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MFX Broker prolongs the rescue operation for 1000 of those who suffered on “Black Thursday”

May be on some Malibu beaches sink or swim rule works. But when speaking about those who were swept by the wave, MFX safeguards come to rescue. They have dealt with more than dozen thousand of savees from other ships, but they lead the charge and are ready to take aboard 1000 (!) more of those who suffered the storm caused by the Swiss bankers on 15 January not only in the Lake of Geneva, but all over the globe.

“If to speak about the clients of our company, - says president of MFX Broker Igor Volkov, - I can say that we paid the debts of all clients whose deposits were in the red from our own funds. The winning party was paid more than $2.5 million of profit. Now, - continues I. Volkov, - we are ready to throw a lifeline to traders who had accounts with other brokers – I want to emphasize it! – other brokerage companies. MFX has two life savers to choose – compensation of losses in the amount of 200% for deposit o no deposit bonus of $100 for all those who suffered trading the Swiss franc in that foul day”.

The company already recovered trading conditions which were in force for CHF till 15 January, 2015, and again offers all those, who want to compensate losses rapidly and return to normal operation, complete three easy steps:

  • register with MFX Broker
  • - complete user certification
  • contact client support department on the issue of receiving Rescue bonus.

Let the favorable wind help you dear traders!

Friday, 06 Feb, 2015 / 6:45

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Source : https://mfxbroker.com/en/news/03022015-rescue

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