I would like to know kung anung bank ang pwede kong ipaopen sa kapatid ko para makapag Padala ako at the same time pwede rin syang gawing savings acct at pwedeng icheck online.
Established in as a spinoff company of Czarina Jewelry, Czarina Foreign Exchange has grown to be the most stable, trusted and safest money exchange dealer in Metro Manila. Its exchange services are commission free, real time and considered competitive in the market.
Modes of payment include bank to bank transfers, money transfers and over the counter cash. With Czarina Remittance, Overseas Filipino Workers are able to do international and domestic money transfers.
Recently, Czarina has expanded into air and sea cargo services which allow Filipinos in Dubai to send cargo to anywhere in the Philippines. Czarina can deliver cargo anywhere nationwide via air, land and sea. Mondays to Sundays Mondays to Fridays Ground Floor, Easton Place, Valero cor. Mondays to Sundays - 8: Marcos Highway, Cainta Store hours: Mondays to Saturdays - Click here to visit website. The only problem I have so far is with its ability to handle fast trades.
Sometimes the execution lags a bit. And the spread increases from time to time. But that is acceptable when news are breaking out. Any kind of bonus is very important for a successful forex trading, any money added to your capital is helpful. Copying the trades of other successful traders! Get in touch with expert, experienced and successful traders and then copy their trades. Its possible to create a passive source of income, just by letting the copy trader run.
So it becomes easy to be profitable. The only problem is to find who are the best traders. If you are starting out and wants to know how an expert trades, I highly suggest using eToro not just for the copy trades, but for the wealth of information its community share with other traders.
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Ang akin lang eh,i will wait na regulated na ang forex sa Pinas. I am also a trader na waiting for that opportunity for us. For my experience hindi sila nag tratransact sa forex it self,kundi sa flatform lang ng site,it never leaves the site,meaning pinapaniwala ka lang nila na gumagalaw nga ang pera mo,the truth is you are just in a gambling site na pinrogram ang flatform for you to loose your money,kaya nga wala ka plaga akapag gusto mo ilabas kahit yung samll amont na naiwan kapag natauhan kna,kasi di ka nila papansinin,kasi nga wala naman sila sa bansa mo.
And that is my AIM para makatulong sa nasisislaw na mga kababayan natin. But what do you think naka pag branch out ang mga International Forex company sa Bansa natin? Daming forex sa Makati. If nakapag branch out sila sa bansa natin ano kayang naka indicate sa business permit nila? Do you think hindi Forex? I appreciate your research. We have one thing in common which is resourceful.
To answer the question kung anong na register na brand sa forex based company sa atin eh,I believed its under financial or holding firms like other stock brokers. However even if nilagay nila eh specifically forex sa registration nila,papayagan pa rin sila kasi di pa naman illegal yan sa atin,walang batas na nag babawal nyan na mag tayo sa atin,kaya nga for now its not regulated meaning may nag ooperate pero hindi pa standardized.
Wala silang pagkakaiba sa mga MLM at networking company,hindi sila magiging illegal kung walang mag rereklamo ng fraud or staffa or related illegal claims na punishable by law. Kung meron na sigurong collected complains na hinain sa NBI duon na sila pwedeng kasuhan. Kaya makakapag operate pa rin sila,Ang problema it is the programmed flatform na ginagamit nila that make us think that we are in forex trading na mahirap patunayan na scam nga kasi walang batas na nag reregulated,kaya marami pa rin ang magiging victim nila bago pa matauhan ang mga subscriber nila kawawa lang kasi ginamit yung greed o fmoney para maperahan sila.
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