FXPRIMUS steps up client acquisition as Change My Broker initiative launches today

FXPRIMUS is proudly setting new standards in the industry with its clients fund insurance with 2.5 million and 3rd party monitoring of clients withdrawals.


30 June 2017, Limassol Cyprus, FXPRIMUS had the launch of its initiative, the Change My Broker campaign under the FXPRIMS Umbrella and the campaign is drawing great attention and attracting many clients to move to The Safest Place To Trade.

In a time of uncertainty in safety amongst many forex brokers FXPRIMS is confidence is shining through with their Change My Broker campaign. The campaign was launched in May and targets investors from any firm that can prove they lost money due to excessive slippage, re-quotes gaps in the market, hacked accounts or lost or misplaced deposits/withdrawals.

FXPRIMUS is proudly setting new standards in the industry with its clients fund insurance with 2.5 million and 3rd party monitoring of clients withdrawals.

To qualify for this industry-first offer, simply complete the form above or send an email to [email protected] with the following information:

1. Your name & phone number
2. The name of current broker, brief description of issue, and amount lost
3. Screenshot of trading platform with current Balance/Equity
4. Screenshots or account history (if applicable) of the issue

Director & CEO of FXPRIMUS, Costas Kappai commented: “This campaign is one of the many initiates and new standards that FXPRIMUS is setting in the industry, we pride ourselves as the Safest Place To Trade and are ensuring to implement safety mechanisms which strengthen and prove to our clients that we are an ethical broker with our clients’ interests set as our priority.”

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