Wait a moment, so this crappy broker got in insolvence and it dares to enter busines again?
That was my assumption, as you can see above, but apparently I was wrong. I am assuming though that both the Russian and the British company are owned by the same people, so my original point still stands - they're giving out bonuses in a whole different country while the people who lost their money haven't been paid off.
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