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Great investments with security are indeed difficult to find. Trade platform investments that are truly secured require the following elements in order for your funds not to be stolen:

1. Your POF Letter should be written by a bank and not you.

2. The trader's banker should be the only one to directly deal with your banker. Your compliance officer (introduced to you) should be able to introduce the banker to trader's banker directly in 24 hours or less, and you should tell your banker who the compliance officer is.

3. Both trader's banker and your banker should be able to guarantee your swift/wire if performance contract clause is broken and refund 100% of your funds in 45 days or sooner after date of wire/swift.

4. Your banker should disclose the trader's banker name and bank participant.

5. Your banker can ask under affidavit banker to banker whether the source/trader has record of closing in the past with them.

6. Your banker should be able to ask for verification that the trader has credit lines and hard cash in one or more accounts in the top 25 swift banks.

7. Do all your business with folks you have known for a while including your compliance officer: "if they are not your friends at a personal level likely they will be worst at the business level.”

8. Trading is real and the rough break down is: 80% of those trading are banks, 15% are fortune 500 companies, and 5% general public/private investors. It is no wonder why trading is such a difficult thing to follow and make use of for a profit medium.

There are lots of details, and the time you spend discussing the details of safety and confirmation of returns with your compliance officer will be highly valuable for you to execute a safe transaction.



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