The Client deposits 1,000 USD to his Trading Account (and total withdrawals amount to 0 USD). The Bonus will be calculated as follows: ((1,000 - 0) / 100) х 10 = 100 USD. Therefore, the Company will automatically credit the Bonus of 100 US dollars to the Trading Account as soon as the deposit is made.
The Client deposits 1,000 USD to his Trading Account and receives a Bonus of 100 USD as in Example 1. He subsequently withdraws a total of 700 USD from the Trading Account in accordance with the Client Agreement. The size of the Bonus would be: ((1,000 - 700) / 100) х 10 = 30 USD. The Company recalculates the Bonus, which will be reduced to 30 USD (100 USD - 30 USD = 70 USD). Thus, 70 USD will be deducted from the Bonus.
The Client deposits 1,000 USD to his Trading Account and receives a Bonus of 100 USD as in Example 1. He subsequently makes a series of profitable trades, gaining 1,000 USD. His balance is 2,000 USD plus the Bonus of 100 USD. He withdraws a total of 1,200 USD (subject to any limitations associated with the type of his Trading Account and/or the Client Agreement and less any fees). In this case the Bonus will be deducted, because the amount of the funds withdrawn is greater than the amount of the funds deposited: ((1,000 - 1,200) / 100) х 10 = - 20. Thus, a Trading Account cannot have a Bonus while the amount of funds withdrawn is greater than the funds deposited. The Bonus can only be used for trading and cannot be withdrawn unless this is specifically provided for by the conditions of certain Bonus Programs.