FBS Trade to Help

Throughout the whole FBS history, social responsibility has been one of the most important pillars to build the business on. Nowadays, charity is more than just financial help. It is about unity, responsibility towards others, self-discipline, and unconditional belief in a better future ahead.

From April 14 to May 22, we offer you to trade and help people who face social vulnerability. It is your chance to slow down and invest your trading efforts into those who need the most care.

For each of your deposits, we grant you a 300% bonus. The whole partner commission and spread from closed orders go to charity!

In the FBS mobile personal area app, do the following:

Let’s get united for good deeds and invest in a healthy future that awaits. Trade safe with FBS!

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