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OneAll 6:19 Thu Oct 12
beer money

great little app for shares/stocks , sign up with the link and download the app then deposit a £1.50 and you will get £40-£2000 in apple/tesla shares that you can sell the next day and withdraw instantly, once signed up you can refer people your self for £50-2000 each person , made a couple hundred already just off friends and family

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OneAll 11:58 Fri Oct 20
Re: beer money
tell your missus to unregister and we should be alright

BRANDED 11:54 Fri Oct 20
Re: beer money
Dont we have enough CUNT bots on here already?

OneAll 11:13 Fri Oct 20
Re: beer money
NEW PROMO STARTING 20TH OCTOBER , open account and deposit £1 , get 20 shares valued at £3-£40,000 each , obviously the 40k is a myth lol but ive got a £100 share quite a few times , ends October the 1st! REFERALL LINK - https://www.webull-uk.com/s/fBJteEpbjqB4CY3Q5U

cholo 2:30 Fri Oct 20
Re: beer money
I remember years ago Joe royal posted a betting sign up deal where you place a couple of free bets and they'd send you a free kindle, iirc they ran out of kindles so sent me £50 instead.

OneAll 2:03 Fri Oct 20
Re: beer money
you reveal a pumpkin , which could have 10 , 20 or 40 fractional shares in it worth a minimum of $5 each ,, like i said i dont use it for trading ive just been referring people and cashing out the bonus which you could do the same theyve upgraded the offer now aswell

lincslink 8:23 Tue Oct 17
Re: beer money
Peter eats pumpkin

Jim79 5:32 Mon Oct 16
Re: beer money
As Scott_d says, the Trustpilot reviews do not make pretty viewing. Seems they'll close people's positions out regardless of whether they are on margin call or not and generally aren't a particularly well run platform. Haven't used them myself so can't comment but the reviews aren't good.
And what the fuck have pumpkins got to do with any of this? Sounds Micky Mouse to me.

lowlife 12:28 Sat Oct 14
Re: beer money
What’s a pumpkin got to do with this? Is it like a Halloween special offer thing?

bruuuno 1:40 Sat Oct 14
Re: beer money
A pumpkin?

Lato 6:10 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
It told me "this site is unavailable"

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:09 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
for each person you get a pumpkin that contains either 10,20 or 40 shares for each person.

Serious Stuff.

Is that cos Bulls like Pumpkin?

Or is it Bears? Do Bears like Pumpkin?

OneAll 4:02 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
You get six for signing up plus 2 when you complete a first trade which you can just buy a random cheap fractional share and cash it after , so minimum is 40 plus atm for each person you get a pumpkin that contains either 10,20 or 40 shares for each person but that expires next week

LJC 3:56 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
I thought you got £40- £2000?

Moncurs Putting Iron 3:54 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
Our verdict
After making its mark with retail investors in the US and Asia, Webull is turning its attention to the UK market.

When joining the platform, we found it relatively easy to sign up and get verified. The Webull investing app works well, even if it is somewhat cluttered and confusing. We weren’t so bullish about the fact you can only trade US stocks, which means you’ll always end up paying an FX fee when converting from sterling. But the lack of a platform fee is a positive. There are small commissions to pay when trading stocks, listed by the firm as 2.5 basis points, which basically means 0.025% of your trade value.

Webull will appeal to investors looking to trade US stocks for a low cost, but the platform is quite restrictive in most aspects. Unfortunately, there’s no variety of accounts available (no ISAs, pensions, or junior accounts). Webull might need to offer more to differentiate itself from the zero-commission platforms available to UK investors, such as eToro, Freetrade, and XTB.

Best for: Stock research

No platform fee
Low commission of 0.025%
Zero minimum deposit ($5 min investment)
Fractional shares
Extended trading hours

Only US stocks available
Limited range of asset types
No tax-efficient accounts
The app is rather overcrowded
Always have to pay an FX fee

OneAll 3:44 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
Most of the time each share will be £5 each with the exception of a big one here and there , I got $100 from a referral a couple days ago

LJC 3:35 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
How much was your shares worth?

OneAll 3:16 Fri Oct 13
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I got shown it by a friend , I was dubious but signed up added the 1.50 and got my shares and cashed out fine, no one has to do it it’s just there if someone wants some extra beer money , most of these trading apps run refer a friend schemes they want to suck you into trading

scott_d 3:05 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
I googled Webull... on trustpilot.

Reviews were not great.

scott_d 3:03 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
It seems odd that by depositing £1.50 you can get free share from £40-£2000 ? How is it decided what and how many free shares you get?

Mike Oxsaw 2:51 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
I was gonna sign up to this scheme, but I got high,
I was gonna give up all my cash, but I got high,
Was gonna get my fingers burnt, losing all my hard earnt,
But I got high, I got high, I got high.

OneAll 2:41 Fri Oct 13
Re: beer money
Whoever that was can you confirm on here thanks

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