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FxCompany is looking for IBs! We need you!

FxCompany is looking for IBs! We need you!

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FxCompany / 2009-06-04 10:03
Hello

I am Andrew from FxCompany (http://fxcompany.net) and I would like to inform you we are looking for IBs.
Our interests meet here, since FxCompany is inviting IBs on unbeatable conditions ever on the market.

What are the crucial points for any IB? Significant commission and transparency in his/her relations with his broker. I am proud to announce FxCompany reaches both goals easily!

Now, closer to details:

* IB Commission starting from 1 pips on EUR/USD and growing as your customer database grows
* A unique software which allows to calculate your commission yourself. far more functional than a regular Metatrader manager!
* Complete and timely support. I MEAN it, we do support our IB's.
* Bonus actions (even personal, if required). Nobody but FxCompany provides 20% deposit bonus now. No-bo-dy!
* Regulated and Licensed broker. Yes, we are regulated and we guarantee customer's funds security.


What we guarantee

* High commission for the clients you bring
* Professional consultations of our specialists
* Organization of experience sharing



When we offer you to become the partner of FxCompany, we offer an attitude. We offer a way to your own successful business. We offer the idea and the goal, the confidence and the stability. We offer to join out team and achieve goals together, making our services better and better, striving to the top-class service level in all the minor details. To become a member of the team of the professionals with a highly-detailed approach and business orientation. Start today. No reasons to reject now and regret that later. Just be successful if you want to.

The complete IB program description is available at http://www.fxcompany.net/partners/
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