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ThinkForex Named Best Forex Customer Service at UK Forex Broker Awards 2012
ThinkForex, an international Forex broker, has won "Best Forex Customer Service" at the U.K. Forex Broker Awards 2012.
The awards present a clear representation of the best performing Forex brokers in the industry.
"We are so delighted that we won the Best Forex Customer Service award from the UK Forex Broker Awards 2012," Faizan Anees, managing director at ThinkForex, said in a statement.
"We are honored to be recognized for our strong customer service and we would like to thank everyone who voted for us," said Anees.
Officials with ThinkForex said the company delivers its customer service by providing a number of helpful support solutions for Forex traders, including-Timely and thorough support from knowledgeable and courteous Forex support specialists; Free one-on-one Forex consultations; Live chat, phone and e-mail communications; Extensive knowledgebase with in-depth, informative articles about different Forex platforms, products and services; and a convenient client portal with automated back office and support functions, as well as the opportunity to easily manage and make online Forex account changes.
Recently, ThinkForex announced its limited time free Forex VPS promotion that offers a free VPS (virtual private server) to new MetaTrader 4 Standard and MetaTrader 4 Pro live online Forex account holders. To qualify, Forex traders must open a live online Forex account and meet minimum funding requirements.
During this unique one-time offer, there will be no trading requirements for 60 days.
The ThinkForex Forex VPS works as a standalone computer system that allows one to safely access and manage the automated trading platform from anywhere in the world.
The revolutionary Forex VPS improves Forex trading performance and eases concerns about the stability and security of operating environment. With the trading server and VPS server, both located in London, Forex traders experience low latency execution of less than 2 m/s.
Edited by Braden Becker