You need to complete the following steps in order to receive trades from your signal sender through FX Blue's Internet Trade Mirror:
If you already have an account with FX Blue, please contact the signal sender and ask them to add that account to their list of subscribers. This form will create a new account with FX Blue.
Please enter the invitation code from the signal sender:
Please register with FX Blue by choosing a username and password. You also need to enter your email address, which will be validated in the next step.
You need to verify your personal details in order to use the Internet Trade Mirror.
Please fill in the form below. We will then issue a verification code to your phone via SMS.
Our Privacy Notice sets out how we will handle any personal information you provide to us in line with data protection law.
If you are unable to receive the SMS, please send an email to email@example.com stating your name, username, and phone number. We will then verify your account manually.
We have sent an SMS to your phone, containing a verification email address such as firstname.lastname@example.org
To verify your account, please send an email to the address in the SMS. You can write anything in the email - for example, just send us "Hello". You can send the email from your computer (or any other device). You do not need to send the email from your phone.
This page will automatically update when we receive your email. If you need to re-send the SMS, please click here.
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Thank you! Your details have been successfully verified, and you can now continue to use a wider range of FX Blue services such as software downloads.
You have been successfully subscribed to the Internet Trade Mirror.
The settings for the Mirror Receiver are as follows:
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The user guide for the Mirror Receiver is included in the download package, and is also available online:
Please contact your signal sender for support. FX Blue provides the Mirror as a free service on the basis that senders of signals, not us, handle the support for their subscribers.