Deposit your account up to November 30 and get chance to win

Cold, huh? We bet you have already felt the shivering freshness of November. The weather is getting colder whereas the days are becoming noticeably shorter. The golden colors of October are gradually fading away too. Only at home we can recall the warm days of summer. However, we know the remedy which helps you boost your spirit and working performance in the cold autumn. Of course, we are talking about the pleasant autumn bonus to cheer you up! Take part in the promotion from InstaForex and win 5,000! To participate, you just need to at least 3,000 to your trading account before November 30, and you will automatically be included in the list of contenders for the main prize. The winner will be selected randomly


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