We started this offer three years ago by labelling it a 400% bonus,
and as it has evolved and through our interaction with traders we are now offering
what we call a forex loan. It is not a bonus.
A bonus that most people consider is one-time, and a welcome offer, to begin trading with a broker.
This is what we call a 'forex loan' as you are paid a percentage of what you invested into your trading account
and the 'loan' is paid off through trading volume when you meet our trading terms.
A very good offer for those that require longevity in the market place.
|Minimum collateral||Maximum collateral||Payout on Loan (%)||Payout on Loan (%)|
|Loan requested as % of collateral||200:1 Leverage||500:1 Leverage|
The terms of the offer:
- The forex loan can be used as equity
- The forex loan can be issued more than once to a trader
- We require that you make sufficient withdrawals that meets, or exceeds, your initial investment before trading can begin to redeem the loan
- When your collateral has been returned to you, you have the option of continuing to do monthly profit taking. Or trading sufficient volume to redeem loan amount
- If you select the option to redeem loan amount, your account is reset to the original loan amount. The trading volume required is calculated as (Loan Issued/5) standard lots. One standard lot equals 100,000 trading volume
- Monthly Withdrawals are based on the loan amount issued. The table above states the payouts expected. The formula is: (200/Leverage used) * (20/Loan issued). The loans for 10% and 20% are stated as is.
- Minimum collateral is $500 unless otherwise noted
- If there is 6 months of no activity we reserve the right to cancel the loan if the initial collateral has been lost.
- The Company reserves the right to cancel the loan and profits earned from said loan when it is determined that the client has attempted abusive trading practices in an effort to unfairly take advantage of our forex loan. Some examples of this include but are not limited to: Individual hedging in a single account; Individual hedging in multiple accounts; Team hedging in multiple accounts; trading in a manner that is obviously meant to only meet the bonus withdrawal volume requirements (i.e. - A trader with a history of trades for average duration of a few days suddenly executes multiple lot trades whose duration is under one minute).