ThinkForex Unveils Forex Traders Challenge™ and FREE Apple Device Giveaway
Correctly Answer Forex-Related Questions and Qualify to Receive a FREE Apple
Device of Your Choice
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 4, 2013
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --ThinkForex, a leading
international Forex broker, introduced its new Traders Challenge that awards
Forex traders with a free Apple device when they answer Forex-related
questions correctly. Traders are invited to test their Forex knowledge by
completing the five-minute online Forex challenge for the opportunity to
qualify and receive a MacBook Air, iPad with Retina display or iPad mini.
"The ThinkForex Traders Challenge is a fun and interactive way for traders to
see how much they know about Forex and qualify to receive an Apple device as a
reward for their effort," said Nauman Anees, managing director, ThinkForex.
Put your expertise to the test by embarking on the ThinkForex Traders
Challenge and answering questions that revolve around Forex terminology and
Forex concepts. Start the ThinkForex Traders Challenge now by visiting the
Forex promotions page of ThinkForex Australia!
Traders can open a ThinkForex Australia live Forex account in a few easy
steps. Fill out your Forex account application online, submit supporting
documentation, and fund your account.
For more information about ThinkForex, please visit ThinkForex Australia.
ThinkForex is a leading international Forex broker headquartered in Melbourne,
Australia. ThinkForex was named "Fastest Growing FX Broker" at the MENA Forex
Awards 2012 in Dubai and "Best Forex Customer Service" at the UK Forex Awards
2012 in London. For more information, please visit ThinkForex Australia.
Risk Warning: Trading Forex and Derivatives carries a high level of risk to
your capital and you should only trade with money you can afford to lose.
Trading Derivatives may not be suitable for all investors, so please ensure
that you fully understand the risks involved, and seek independent advice if
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