ATFX Launches Two More Incentive Promotions for New & Existing Clients

ATFX explained that the Welcome Credit and Cash Back offer was tailored to its retail clients’ trading habits, helping them save on each trade executed through their ATFX live account.

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ATFX launched an incentive promotion for a USD100 Welcome Credit and USD2500 Cash Rebate promotion in March, and following what has been an overwhelming positive response, the financial brokerage is launching its 2nd round of promotions in June again to address its customers’ needs.

ATFX announced these two limited period offers, which will start on June 14th for new clients opening a live account on the ATFX platform. These will offer new clients a welcome credit of US$100 to ease the process of entering the financial markets. Furthermore, the minimum entry lots have been changed from 15 lots in March to just 3 lots this time around, because ATFX realizes that clients not only want a financial company that complies to the highest stands of service and transparency but can also offer more benefits to its clients. Further details regarding the offer are available on the promotion page.

In the meanwhile, the promotion won’t be just beneficial to the new clients, as ATFX also launched the promotion for its existing clients with a cashback of up to US$2,500 for all its clients, based on completed trading lots. The incentive promotion is a limited time offer. Further details of this cashback offer are available on the promotion page.

ATFX explained that the Welcome Credit and Cash Back offer was tailored to its retail clients’ trading habits, helping them save on each trade executed through their ATFX live account. This offer gives cashback not in terms of reward points or virtual currency, but in actual cash that clients can withdraw from their account. ATFX has created a niche for itself due to its easy-to-use online trading platform – MetaTrader 4 – as well as its client-focused support, which offers 24/5 localised help across multiple languages, so that clients can access support in the language they are most comfortable in. The ATFX platform allows trading across a variety of instruments, including forex, gold, oil, indices and CFDs.

The company also takes pride in offering low spreads and leverage of up to 400:1. Being a global platform, anyone wanting to participate in the financial markets can create a live account at any time and from anywhere. And with live support available across different time zones and languages, the company’s aim is to simplify the process of online trading for clients across all levels of experience.

Legal: ATFX is a trading name of AT Global Markets Limited (ATGM, registration number 224226 IBC 2017). ATGM is an International Business Company in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Registered address is: The Financial Services Centre, Stoney Ground, Kingstown, St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

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