Cashback / Rebates

"REBATES (CASHBACK)" PROGRAM
Excellent opportunity for our clients
to decrease spread for all account types.

RoboForex "Rebates (Cashback)" program allows verified clients to receive some part of the spread (commission fee) for all account types. The bigger the monthly trading volume on your account, the more Rebates you can receive. You can use the received funds in any way you want without any limitations.

Open account and receive Rebates

Receive Rebates for the trading volume of just 10 lots!

 10 - 1,000
lots
1,000 - 3,000
lots
more than 3,000 lots
Оf spread5%10%15%
Of commission
(ECN-Pro instruments)
Please note that "Rebates (Cashback)" program rates for cent accounts are 10 times less than for accounts of Standard and ECN types.

Examples of calculations

Terms and conditions of "Rebates (Cashback)" program

  • The program is working on the permanent basis and available to all clients with demo, cent, standard, ECN, Prime, and RAMM accounts, who have passed the complete verification.

  • Rebates amount is calculated based on the monthly turnover of closed transactions on the trading account.

  • For fulfilling the requirements for the trading volume, closed positions for all trading instruments available on your account type are taken into account, except for the positions involving the CFD instruments, BTCUSD and ETHUSD included.

  • Payouts are made on the first day of each month with the comment "Rebates" in the account history.

  • Rebates can be received to accounts of all types available in MetaTrader4, MetaTrader5, cTrader and RAMM platforms.

  • "Rebates" you receive are not a bonus and there are no special conditions for them, a client can use them any way they want.

  • Detailed statistics on your trading volume can be found in Members Area, "Your Rebates" page.

Open account and receive Rebates

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