ATFX Announces Promotion for its Clients in Latin America

ATFX gives its new Latin American clients a cash-back promotion offering a bonus of $100 when $200 is deposited, and a rebate promotion for active traders who want to boost their returns by earning a cash rebate for each lot they trade.

ATFX has launched two new promotions targeting new and existing clients in Mexico and the greater Latin America region.

ATFX has launched a cash-back promotion whereby new clients can claim a bonus of $100 if they open an account and deposit $200. The second promotion is a rebate promotion for active traders who want to boost their returns by earning a cash rebate for each lot they trade.

The two promotions show ATFX’s commitment to the region as part of its global expansion strategy. The $100 welcome credit promotion is to help beginner traders navigate their first steps in trading.

ATFX understands the many challenges that new traders face on a daily basis, which is why it created these promotions to help beginner traders. They didn’t stop there, ATFX also created a comprehensive trading course to give beginner traders a solid introduction to the financial markets.

The second promotion is for seasoned traders to help them boost their overall P+L. Earning cash via rebates is a great way for experienced traders to top up their accounts. The promotion is designed to be simple, traders don’t need to alter their current trading activities. Continue as they are and they can claim rebates on the lots they trade.

Traders who want to earn higher rewards for each traded lot can do so by depositing more funds into their trading accounts to qualify for the higher tiers of the promotion. Traders can earn a maximum of $2,500 by participating in the credit rebate promotion during the promotion period.

ATFX plans to launch more promotions for its global clients in the near future to thank them for their continued business.

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