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GCI now pays 3% interest per annum on forex accounts

Sep 11 2012 12:22:12 GMT
By
Stanimir Zhelev , ForexBrokerz.com Find me on Google+
Starting from the current month, GCI pays you 3% interest per annum on Euro deposits and 2% per annum on USD deposits. Your interest is calculated on your average daily balance and is automatically credited to your trading account at the end of every month. There is no lock-in period, you can withdraw any amount of money at any time.
 
Key Benefits of tradng with GCI:  
 
3% Interest on Euro deposits 
        2% Interest on USD deposits
Interest is paid monthly
No lock-in period
No withdrawal penalties
No account fees
To celebrate this new offer, GCI will add a totally exclusive 20% Bonus* to any deposit you make to your account during the month of September 2012. For instance, if you deposit $10,000, we will add another $2,000 to your account instantly. 
 
It’s a great opportunity to increase your profits and savings, open a Live account today with the voucher code “SEP2012”

 

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