FXTM revamps Partners website, launches new Affiliate Program for online experts

FXTM revamps Partners website, launches new Affiliate Program for online experts

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FXTM (ForexTime), a Cyprus-regulated forex broker, announced it  has revamped its Partners website and is launching a new Affiliate Program.

The new hybrid Affiliate scheme is tailored for bloggers, social media experts, webmasters and SEO specialists with a large network of online contacts and enhances their earning opportunities.

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It offers high cost per acquisition (CPA) from traders. FXCM has set three Affiliate Levels, each designated by the number of active traders and traded lots achieved within the 30-day Qualifying period. Whenever the set levels are reached, the affiliate partner gets upgraded.

There is also a program for weekly dynamic rebates for a lifetime of clients’ trading after the expiration of 30 day qualifying period, guaranteed payouts for traders who do not meet the CPA requirements. According to its website, FXTM will pay the affiliate a fixed rate $/lot, according to the trading volume they achieve and depending on the account type, for as long as the trader is active.

The new program features new affiliate panel with easy access to reporting tools, safe and easy payments through a wide range of payment methods, like bank transfers, Neteller, Skrill, WebMoney, China UnionPay. There is also access to live performance statistics and progress reports and a vast array of promotional tools to help traffic conversion, such as banners, social media links and widgets.

FXTM is based in Cyprus and regulated by the local watchdog, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC). Recently it obtained a license from South Africa’s Financial Services Board (FSB) as a Financial Services Provider. In the spring FXTM launched a UK division.

The broker offers trading in more than 100 instruments, including forex, spot metals, and CFDs on stocks, commodities, and exchange traded fund (ETFs). It serves retail and institutional clients alike and supports MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and MetaTrader 5 (MT5) trading platforms.

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