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Offline gregscript

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FNIB.co Offers Cyprus Bank Depositors a Bailout on Savings
« on: March 20, 2013, 06:42:23 PM »
DAYTON, Ohio, March 20, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) After noting the amount of people affected by the recent news from Cyprus in a Bloomberg report, and considering a practical solution to individuals who are not happy in seeing their savings evaporate both in the bank and the potential depreciation in the Euro currency, First National Innovation Brokers (FNIB.co) has come up with a solution where anyone that opens an account can receive the percentage lost by the Cypriot Banking System.

How can FNIB.co do this? By being a currency broker, FNIB can issue a bonus on any deposit, as it has for its present clients. An account with a forex broker allows the client to have funds housed in a top-tiered global bank with the option of investing and trading in currencies.

"By having an account with us, people will not only have a way of getting their money back but also a way for them to educate themselves and potentially invest in the currency markets," states Gregory Alexander, FNIB. "As people are seeing, diversifying in physical banks isn't always working. A great way to diversify is through currencies. Getting into one, and out of another, say the Euro at the present time, and instead of paying the high fees banks charge, you can do it online with modest capital requirements."

Any concerned depositor or press that is interested in this or other offers can contact FNIB through their website  :arrow:  http://www.firstnationalib.com
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Re: FNIB.co Offers Cyprus Bank Depositors a Bailout on Savings
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2013, 04:40:25 PM »
Quote from: "gregscript"
DAYTON, Ohio, March 20, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) After noting the amount of people affected by the recent news from Cyprus in a Bloomberg report, and considering a practical solution to individuals who are not happy in seeing their savings evaporate both in the bank and the potential depreciation in the Euro currency, First National Innovation Brokers (FNIB.co) has come up with a solution where anyone that opens an account can receive the percentage lost by the Cypriot Banking System.

How can FNIB.co do this? By being a currency broker, FNIB can issue a bonus on any deposit, as it has for its present clients. An account with a forex broker allows the client to have funds housed in a top-tiered global bank with the option of investing and trading in currencies.

"By having an account with us, people will not only have a way of getting their money back but also a way for them to educate themselves and potentially invest in the currency markets," states Gregory Alexander, FNIB. "As people are seeing, diversifying in physical banks isn't always working. A great way to diversify is through currencies. Getting into one, and out of another, say the Euro at the present time, and instead of paying the high fees banks charge, you can do it online with modest capital requirements."

Any concerned depositor or press that is interested in this or other offers can contact FNIB through their website  :arrow:  http://www.firstnationalib.com
HI gregscript,
Happy to use FNIB and I recommend, will of course update if service changes.
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Re: FNIB.co Offers Cyprus Bank Depositors a Bailout on Savings
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2013, 09:38:46 PM »
I have not faced any trouble with  First National Innovation Brokers (FNIB.co), their support is very good and reliable. Most traders care about the withdrawal, which I found they are very fast with. Bottom line is profit and because of the fast ordres and no requote issues, I'm able to make a monthly profit
Donc, je n\'ai aucune idée de ce qu\'ils vont faire.