The online Forex broker FBS launches FBS 12 Years – Big Time! Big Money! promotion. It is the biggest promo in FBS history with the prize fund of $1 200 000.
This contest is aimed to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the company. FBS has been working since 2009 and wants to thank its clients all over the world.
Everyone can get the most luxurious prizes – $300 000, Mercedes-Benz G-Class, a real gold bar of 1 kg, the latest Apple gadgets, and even more.
FBS 12 Years promo is a trading tournament with three standard tours and the Grand Finale. At the end of each tour, there will be a raffle where incredible cars such as Audi Q3, BMW X3, and Toyota Alphard, also bikes, and money rewards will be drawn.
The registration for the first starts on January 27. The whole promo period lasts from February 1 to June 25. During this time, every participant has an opportunity to get amazing presents by meeting a few simple terms:
- Join FBS 12 Years tournament.
- Trade one lot, or invest $50, or invite a friend to get one lucky ticket.
- Collect as many lucky tickets as possible to increase the chances of getting prizes.
- Move higher in the tournament rating and have a chance to win $10 000, $20 000, or $30 000.
- Participate in the Grand Finale and have an opportunity to get a Mercedes-Benz G-Class, a real gold bar of 1 kg, or $300 000!
The promo works in FBS Personal Area (web and app), FBS CopyTrade, and FBS Trader. Don’t forget to update the apps to the latest versions. Participate everywhere to multiply your chances of winning with your reliable broker.
FBS is an international broker with over 190 countries of presence and more than 16 000 000 clients. It is famous for regular, diverse, and advantageous contests and promotions that are highly appreciated by the global trading community.
Besides, the broker offers various special services to make trading more pleasant and beneficial, such as swap-free and VPS services, cashback up to $15 per lot, and more. An official trading partner of FC Barcelona from January 2020.
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