MarketsWorld confirms highest payout rates in the Binary Options industry will continue into 2014 and beyond

Douglas, Isle of Man (PRWEB UK) 27 November 2013

MarketsWorld, the Isle of Man licensed and regulated binary options platform, platform have confirmed that payouts will remain the same, highest rate in the industry of up to 95%. Also they have reiterated that other areas of the business will continue to offer the same value as has been the case since the company started in 2011. Bruce MacLean, PR Manager said 2013 has been a turbulent year for the Binary Options Industry, with platforms being prosecuted by the CFTC through to companies going bankrupt; the industry reputation has undoubtedly been tarnished. However with it being such a relatively new sector these occurrences will unfortunately happen as unregulated, undercapitalized companies realize that structure is needed.

He continued, MarketsWorld has seen a marked increase in new customers contacting us asking whether we intend to change any aspect of our core business, such as payouts, withdrawals, deposit size and trade levels and I can categorically confirm that our offers and core business will stay the same and continue as they are into 2014 and beyond. MarketsWorld has a history of providing a no nonsense approach to Binary Options and we pride ourselves on the fact that new customers can deposit as little as $ 20 and trade in $ 1 increments through to $ 1,000 and obviously withdraw at any time for no fee, whether that be a withdrawal of $ 20, $ 20,000 or $ 200,000.

MarketsWorld has always looked at the bigger picture. MacLean continues MarketsWorld was one of the first companies within the industry to establish themselves, however we took our time in how we brought our product to market. From the outset we wanted our customers to feel comfortable with the fact that they are dealing with an honest, transparent and safe business; we therefore took the step to be regulated in the heart of Great Britain in the Isle of Man, British Isles prior to taking any customers. The GSC is considered to be one of the toughest regulators and is renowned to protect customers so it was an obvious choice and MarketsWorld has always been regulated by them. This regulation demands segregated accounts for our customers, so there is never any problem when it comes to cash flow, liquidity or funding. Whenever clients withdraw funds whether that be deposits, winnings or both their cash is always at hand.

This prudent approach can be seen throughout the platform, indeed customers are demanding more from the platform, such as extra assets and expiries, however MarketsWorld is ensuring that these updates are released in the correct manner. MacLean confirms We constantly listen to our customers and if possible act on their suggestions; however we are prudent that any platform upgrade is deployed in an acceptable and efficient manner. MarketsWorld owns the trading software; therefore we have to make sure we get it right 100% of the time. However I can confirm that new expiries and assets to name just a couple of upgrades are around the corner!

Whereas 2014 will be another roller coaster ride for many other operators within the binary options trading industry, it is clear that MarketsWorld is here to stay.

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Arizona Texting While Driving Accident Attorney William Penn Comments On Report Stating Texting While Driving Is More Dangerous Than Drunk Driving

Kingman, AZ (PRWEB) January 05, 2014

Commenting on a recent news report stating that texting while driving is six times more dangerous than drunk driving, Arizona personal injury lawyer William Penn of the Law Offices of William Penn said he was not all that surprised to read the findings and he often sees cases involving drivers distracted by cellphones.

Penn commented on a report in the Washington Times, Texting while driving: more dangerous than DWI (Dec. 15, 2013). The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration conducted the study, which also found that texting while driving is more than dangerous than driving while high on marijuana, the Washington Times reported.

Penn said the findings might come as a surprise to many people who might think texting while driving is not a big deal. People make the mistake of thinking that they are good enough drivers to send or read a text. In fact, many previous studies have looked at the dangers of texting behind the wheel, with some comparing texting and driving to drunk driving. This latest one states that texting while driving is even more dangerous than drunk driving, Penn said. You cant deny the facts. The numbers in this study clearly illustrate that people who text and drive react much slower than normal drivers. The result is everyone on the road is at risk when drivers choose to text while driving.

Car and Driver magazine reached a similar conclusion when it conducted a similar study, the Washington Times reported. In the Car and Driver study, drivers were alerted when to stop a vehicle going 70 miles per hour, according to the Times. Four different drivers were tested: a sober driver, a legally-drunk driver with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of .08, a driver reading an email and a texting driver. The sober driver took .54 seconds to stop. The drunk driver took an additional 4 feet to stop; emailing driver an additional 36 feet; texting driver an extra 70 feet, the Washington Times reported.

Arizona is one of the few states nationwide that still allows texting while driving. Nationwide, 41 states and the District of Columbia have laws banning texting while driving for all drivers, according to Governors Highway Safety Association website, which was last updated in December 2013.

Arizona needs to do more to prevent distracted driving accidents statewide, according to Arizona distracted driving accident lawyer William R. Penn.

We understand people want the freedom to do what they want, but public safety has to be a priority in Arizona and nationwide, Penn said. Too many innocent people die and sustain serious injuries every year due to people texting while driving. We know because we have worked with so many people dealing with the aftermath of distracted driving accidents in Arizona. Just because texting while driving is legal in Arizona doesnt mean its the right thing to do. People need to take responsibility and learn to safely share the road with everyone around them before its too late.

For more information about Arizona distracted driving accidents and the legal options available to Arizona families, call (928) 753-1830 or complete the online contact form.

About William R. Penn Law Offices

Serving clients throughout Arizona and Nevada, personal injury lawyer William R. Penn has a well-earned reputation for being a top-notch attorney who delivers results. Attorney Penn handles a wide range of cases, including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, Social Security disability and Social Security income cases. Attorney Penn works for clients on a contingency fee basis. As a result, clients do not pay anything if they do not win.

William R. Penn Law Offices

519 Hall Street # A

Kingman, AZ 86401

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Q&A: why i was rejected for credit card?

Question by lucía Rodriguez: why i was rejected for credit card?
i turned 18 in december so i should have credit right? but they’ve told me im rejected because of a bad credit score i havnt got anything that could effect it except internet but thats always paid on time what can i do so i can get credit card

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Answer by misskitti7®
because you have no credit history that is why

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