LMFX broker discussion

Nov 23, 2015
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I see that this broker is dead already as the website is down.
Dear Pnty,

I believe there is an issue with your ISP or maybe a local DNS issue. Our website is active and fully operation. Can you please provide me with more details about your location and the error message that you get. Currently I see people browsing from different regions of the world with no issues. As soon as you provide me with more details I will ask our IT department to perform a check.
 
Nov 23, 2015
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Dear Pnty,

I did some troubleshooting on my own using the location showed on your profile here (Australia) and had no issues opening and browsing the website. I will appreciate more information from your side, so I can dig deeper and see the core of the issue mentioned by you.

I will appreciate your help! Thanks in advance!
 

ph_trader

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havent notice any disconnection, though i dont actually log in much to the website unless its needed.
 
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Happy New Year to all forums members! Thanks for the kind words ph_trader. We are doing our best to provide high quality services to our clients.
Hello,
I would like to know how much are clients accounts insured and by which institution? Also, i want to ask if you offer Negative Balance Protection?
 
Nov 23, 2015
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Dear andrew_miller6,

Thank you for your interest in LMFX!
Please be advised that LMFX is not regulated, because there is no regulation on the Forex brokers in the country where our company is registered. Although we follow strict policies about KYC and fund segregation which are in compliance with all of the international laws.
Please also be advised that LMFX has set Negative Balance Protection for its clients.
Should you have any further questions please feel free to ask us here or contact our Customer Support! Thank you!
 
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Dear andrew_miller6,

Thank you for your interest in LMFX!
Please be advised that LMFX is not regulated, because there is no regulation on the Forex brokers in the country where our company is registered. Although we follow strict policies about KYC and fund segregation which are in compliance with all of the international laws.
Please also be advised that LMFX has set Negative Balance Protection for its clients.
Should you have any further questions please feel free to ask us here or contact our Customer Support! Thank you!
Not regulated ? :-0 :-0 I couldn't find any information about your company.Your website is down.Where are you located?
 
Nov 23, 2015
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Not regulated ? :-0 :-0 I couldn't find any information about your company.Your website is down.Where are you located?
Dear andrew_miller6,

LMFX is registered in Macedonia and the Forex market is still not regulated there which is the reason for the lack of regulation.

As of our website being down I suggest using that link http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/lmfx.com to check, because there might be an issue with your ISP. We have over 140 servers worldwide which keep LMFX up and running 24/7/365.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.
 

progix

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#25
I like the crystal ball weekly contest however it seems that i am not very good at predicting.. Is the winning amount from crystal ball contest is instantly withdraw-able?
 
Nov 23, 2015
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Dear progix,

Thank you for your interest in our Crystal Ball Contest.
Please be advised that the prize from the contest is tradable, but not withdrawable.
Should you have any further questions please feel free to ask us here or contact our Customer Support!
 

trade2bpro

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Dear progix,

Thank you for your interest in our Crystal Ball Contest.
Please be advised that the prize from the contest is tradable, but not withdrawable.
Should you have any further questions please feel free to ask us here or contact our Customer Support!
If the bonus is only tradeable, assume it's 1000$ and I make profit of 200$. So can I only withdraw 200$ and leave 1000$ forever?
 

ph_trader

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I think andrew is correct though im not much of a bonus trader, but something tells me thats how it works, and as a reminder just be sure to read the terms of use of bonuses first to avoid any mis understanding.
 

ph_trader

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on the other hand the phone verification bonus is withdrawable if im not mistaken, i think there is something about a 3 lot traded but thats it..