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On 06/05/2021 at 22:27, Orrettefx1537 said:

So I have uploaded my documents and it says that they are varified so i wnat to know if its ok for me to deposit money to the account and start trading.

Well u have to wait until they approve that variation then it will be safe after and start trading 

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