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$65 Forex Bonus - No deposit required

Mar 14 2011 22:00:00 GMT
By
Stanimir Zhelev , ForexBrokerz.com Find me on Google+
The first 300 new Deltastock clients who open a MetaTrader 4 live account between 1 March-31 March, 2011 will receive $65 bonus to their account balance. With our new promotion you have the chance to start trading live on the International Financial Markets without any initial investment from your side.
 
Hurry up! The FREE LIVE ACCOUNTS are limited!
 
The 50 EUR* trading bonus can be used for trading on margin CFDs on Currencies, Gold and Silver in the Deltastock MetaTrader 4 platform. Clients can withdraw the realized profit above the blocked amount at any time.
 
The promotion is only valid for EU citizens.
 
*The bonus amount is 50 EUR, 65 USD or 100 BGN depending on the trading account currency.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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