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I use Fapturbo and MegaDroid with Forex.com and I'm satisfied

I've been trading live using Forex.com metatrader for 4 months. I use Fapturbo and MegaDroid. Both trade well. I sent 1 withdrawal request and waited for 15 days to get money. Had to send them several emails. Hope this is an exception. So far I like the broker and customer service.

Mark, Goforex.net 2009-08-06

In our humble opinion, Forex.com's biggest advantage is the outstanding and lightning-fast execution. With an average execution speed of 0.07 seconds, in 100% of the limit orders placed with the broker get executed at the requested price, and 68.1% of them receive an average positive price improvement of 1.06 pips*. 

 
And it seems that we are not the only ones who find this as a point of attraction: Forex.com services traders in more than 140 countries, who make over 39 million transactions per year, and are responsible for 150,000+ trades processed every day. 
 
Traders can choose between three platforms: the industry's most popular MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and the Forex.com's proprietary ForexTrader PRO and GTX-Forex ECN. CFD fans can go ahead and opt in for the designated TRADE platform – an innovative piece of software that make contracts for differences trading a piece of cake.
 
Forex.com offers tight spreads, with the typical one on EUR/USD being 1.6 pips. 
 
The broker is suitable for clients of all skill levels – from newbies to professional traders. Rookies can start with a deposit as low as $250 and learn their way in forex with a demo account that does not expire, and the educational resources offered by Forex.com – video tutorials, live trading sessions, professional analyses and forecasts, etc. (the educational section also features resources for more advanced traders). 
 
Another thing we really like about Forex.com is its transparency and reliability. In the US, the broker is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the National Futures Association (NFA), and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It is also regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK,  Financial Services Agency (FSA) in Japan, by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) in Hong Kong, by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in Australia, and by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC). 
 
*FOREX.com Execution Quality Indicator January 2014
 
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