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Guest me too and helpline off
13 minutes ago, Bopperz said:


My account has suddenly kicked me out and wont let me log in on the web or the app.

Please take a look.



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It is always the same ****. Their platform keeps going down every month. it's almost ridiculous. I have had enough of this amateurs

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Need an advice, 
Given the current market, I have set stop loss on 24550, apparently it didn't get hit, 
Since it didn't get hit, and it gap down to 23600. 
and there enough margin in my account. After forcesell my position, it bounce.. ****
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9 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

IG Client Help  @IGClientHelp


Login issues have been resolved now, we're extremely sorry for anyone unable to log in earlier. Please contact us if you're still experiencing issues.

Not working for me still.

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Hey there, I’m trying to get into my account and when I log in it says account failure try again later. I need to get into it now as I have live trades.. please help ASAP 

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