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Platform performance poor again

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Web Platform.  Not working well.

Starting to suspect this is deliberate - happens whenever there are large, unexpected market moves.

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49 minutes ago, tehka said:

Please not during NFP tomorrow

 

I wouldn't rely on it to be reliable ... and they don't seem too bothered about it either.

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Always happens during large market moves and we lose money but IG does not care. Thinking of moving.

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What you guys said^^ I don't even get replies when i ask technical Q's so stopped putting them on here.

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