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MT4 position closed, web platform still open


tehka

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Hi IG, 

I have send a few email to you need your urgent help. I have all my Wall Street position closed on Friday but still reported open today.

On web platform reported open but MT4 is closed.

I am very horrified I am also charged interest for it. 

I have no way to close it. Web platform does not allow. MT4 SAYS I have no position. 

I cannot sleep well at night. Please help urgently.

Thank you

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