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Get a free HotForex Debit Card

Mauritius-based forex broker HotForex recently introduced to its customers the HotForex Debit Card which lets the clients withdraw money from their trading accounts within 24 hours of requesting the cashout. 

 
Now the broker is offering the HotForex Debit Card for free and you won’t have to pay the $20 fee for getting the card issued. 
 
In order to qualify for the free card, you simply need to make a deposit of $500 or its equivalent in your account currency and have your account document-verified – as simple as that. To claim your card, you would have to submit an application through your account – the card will then be sent to you and once you get it, you would need to contact the customer support team of the broker to get the $20 refunded. 
 
Currently HotForex is running two more promotions – traders can take advantage of a 50% Withdraw bonus, or of a 15% Rescue bonus. 
 
The first one tops up your deposit with 50% and the maximum bonus amount is $5,000/€3,500. Once the bonus is issued to your trading account, you have to trade a number of lots equal to the bonus amount (e.g. if you get a bonus of $50, you would have to trade 50 standard lots to release the bonus). When you release the bonus, there are no more restrictions applicable to it and you can withdraw it or do whatever you want with it. 
 
The Rescue bonus is a 15% up to $5,000 bonus designed to protect accounts from drawdown periods. It is issued automatically upon deposit and cannot be withdrawn. 
 

About the HotForex Debit Card

The purpose of the HotForex Debit Card is to speed up your withdrawal process by letting you skip the annoying credit checks or document verification processes. It is accepted world-wide, and can be used for online purchases as well as for point-of-sale payments and ATM withdrawals. 
 

About HotForex

HotForex is a forex broker operating out of the island of Mauritius. It supports the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and Currenex platforms, and offers very good trading conditions: fast execution and tight spreads. The broker is regulated by the Financial Services Commission (FSC) of the Republic of Mauritius and customer assets are well protected. 
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