“Eurobonds CFD’s” and investment accounts partnership program launch

Sep 27, 2016

Dear partners,

We are happy to inform you that October 04, 2016 partner agreement for individuals will be changed. The regulatory document will be updated with the article 4.9 and with the “Eurobonds CFD’s” annex. The new provisions will imply paying partner’s remuneration for introducing investment accounts, opened after October 01, 2016 and attracting particular clients, who have bought “Eurobond CFD’s”.

Reward for introducing investors is calculated according to the volume of funds, invested in an account, reward for introducing invest account managers is calculated according to manager’s capital size:

(Account position volume X investor’s (and/or) manager’s share at the time of the latest rollover in %) / 1 000 000)) X $20

Example:

1) You introduced an investor to an account, which is not assigned to your ID. The investor’s share in this account made up 50% from all funds at the time of the latest rollover.

A manager made a trade with the volume of $1 000 000, the investor’s share at the time of the latest rollover makes 50%, consequently you will receive:

 (1 000 000 USD * 50% ) / 1 000 000)) * 20 USD = 10 USD;

2) You introduced an account manager, who has the share of 20% from all account funds, and an investor, whose share at the time of the latest rollover made up 50% of funds. The manager made a trade with the volume of $1 000 000. You will receive:

(1 000 000 USD * 20% ) / 1 000 000)) * 20 USD = 4 USD - according the share of the manager under your ID

(1 000 000 USD * 50% ) / 1 000 000)) * 20 USD = 10 USD - according to the share of the investor under your ID.

The total remuneration will make 14 USD. The reward for the remaining 30% of the total trading volume will not be paid to the partner.

Regards,
 Alfa-Forex

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