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1. Subject of the agreement
1.1. This Client Agreement is entered into by Forex-3d Markets Incorporated (hereinafter referred to as “Company”) and the Client who submitted a registration form at www.Forex-3d.com (hereinafter referred to as “Client”).
1.2. The Company is registered and regulated and governed by the
1.3. The Agreement sets forth the relationship between the Client and the Company including but not limited to: orders’ execution, Client policies, payments and/or payouts, claims resolution, fraud prevention, communication and other aspects.
1.4. Any possible arguments between the Client and the Company will be settled in compliance with the Agreement unless stated otherwise.
1.5. By entering into the Agreement the Client guarantees that he/she is a person of a legal age. In case the Client is a legal entity, it guarantees the entity is capable and no other parties are eligible to perform any actions, claims, demands, requests, etc in respect to the Client’s trading account.
1.6. All the operations on and with the Client’s trading account are performed in full compliance with this Agreement unless stated otherwise
1.7. The Client has no right to bypass fully or partially his/her obligations by the Agreement on the basis that it is a distance contract.
2. Terms definition
2.1. “Access Data” denotes all the access logins and passwords related to Client’s trading account(s), Personal Area, or any other data providing access to any other Company’s services.
2.2. “Ask” denotes the higher price in the Quote at which the Client may open a “Buy” order.
2.3. "Autotrading Software" - denotes an Expert Advisor or a cBot, that is, a piece of software which performs trading operations automatically or semi-automatically without interference (or with a partial or occasional interference) of a human.
2.4. “Balance” denotes the total of all the closed orders (including deposits and withdrawals) in the Client’s trading account at a given time.
2.5. “Base Currency” denotes the first currency in the Currency Pair.
2.6. “Bid” denotes the lower price in the Quote at which the Client may open a “Sell” order.
2.7. “Business Day” denotes any day between Monday and Friday, inclusive, except any official or non-official holidays announced by the Company
2.8. “Client Terminal” denotes MetaTrader 4, Metatrader 5, cTrader or any other software in all its versions, which is used by the Client to obtain information of financial markets in real-time, perform different kinds of market analysis and research, perform/open/close/ modify/delete orders, receive notifications from the Company.
2.9. “Company News Page” denotes the section of the Company’s website where the news is published.
2.10. “Currency of the Trading Account” denotes the currency that the Trading Account is denominated in; all the account’s calculations and operations are performed in this currency.
2.11. “Currency Pair” denotes the object of a transaction based on the change in the value of one currency against the other.
2.12. “Client Information” denotes any information that the Company receives from the Client (or in other ways) related to him/her, his /her trading account, etc.
2.13. “Dispute” denotes either:
2.13.1. any argument between the Client and the Company, where the Client has reasons to assume that the Company as a result of any action or failure to act breached one or more terms of the Agreement; or
2.13.2. any argument between the Client and the Company, where the Company has reasons to assume that the Client as a result of any action or failure to act breached one or more terms of the Agreement;
2.14. "Energy" — Energy denotes spot West texas Intermediate crude oil or spot Brent Crude Oil
2.15. “Floating Profit/Loss” denotes current profit/loss on Open Positions calculated at the current price.
2.16. “Force Majeure Event” denotes any of the following events:
2.16.1. any act, event or occurrence (including, without limitation, any strike, riot or civil commotion, terrorism, war, act of God, accident, fire, flood, storm, electronic, communication equipment or supplier failure, interruption of power supply, civil unrest, statutory provisions, lock-outs) which, in the Company’s reasonable opinion, prevents the Company from maintaining an orderly market in one or more of the Instruments;
2.16.2. the suspension, liquidation or closure of any market or the abandonment or failure of any event to which the Company relates its Quotes, or the imposition of limits or special or unusual terms on the trading in any such market or on any such event.
2.17. “Free Margin” denotes funds in the Client’s account, which may be used to open a position. Free Margin is calculated in the following way:
Free Margin = Equity - Required Margin.
2.18. "Index CFD" denotes a contract for difference by reference to the fluctuations in the price of the underlying stock index.
2.19. “Indicative Quote” denotes a price or a quote at which the Company has the