Win money for your InstaForex account!

The InstaForex company congratulates traders on Spring and Labor Day and increases the prize pool in the Chancy Deposit campaign to $5,000!

The campaign is available for the company’s clients with various trading history and professional experience. Deposit no less than $3,000 on your account and you will automatically become a campaign participant with all chances of winning the main prize.

The month has already begun, so hurry up to join the campaign. Visit InstaForex website and top up your account right now.

The winner will be selected randomly. *

*You can find more information about the monthly Chancy Deposit campaign on the company’s website.

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