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Hi, one of my friends has signed up through the referral link and been trading on it since the end of 2020 but i still have not received the referral award. It still shows as Pending. Could you let me know why this is?

 

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On 23/04/2021 at 18:09, add143 said:

Hi, one of my friends has signed up through the referral link and been trading on it since the end of 2020 but i still have not received the referral award. It still shows as Pending. Could you let me know why this is?

 

thanks.

Hi @add143,

Could you please reach out to helpdesk.uk@ig.com with your account details? 
The helpdesk would be the best place to find out more information on your referral.

All the best - Arvin
 

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