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PLEASE BE AWARE WHEN TRADE WITH IG...THE INDICATIVE PRICE GIVE JUST ANOTHER SCAM TO LURE TRADER TO BUY OR SELL. BOTH IS THE SAME TYPE OF TRADE BUT DIFFERENT INDICATIVE PRICING. BEWARE SCAMMER.VideoCapture_20181026-102259.thumb.jpg.d750b363ec0c6685678ccf2e74209e4b.jpgVideoCapture_20181026-101925.thumb.jpg.190d09435b5cd24382c2c6c919c18ea2.jpg

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Idiot proof TRADER will definitely go for the sell when the indicative PRICING is 11236 while the contract is 11243...7 point DIFFERENT...yet IG support reply that cant trade based on the indicative PRICING 11236......the platform have some issue...Not reliable trade with care ....Dun trade better...You never know when them change the indicative price to trick you.

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