Binomoaffiliate program

Communications Policy Binomo


These rules are designed to ensure unity of communication on behalf of the Dolphin Corp company providing services on the market under the brand name Binomo (hereinafter referred to as the "Company"). The Communications Policy applies to all types of advertising materials posted on the internet by contractors and affiliates of the company (hereinafter referred to as "Affiliates").

All types of communication should be aligned with Binomo brand positioning:

Binomo is fair trading.

    1. General rules of communication


1.1. All promotional materials should be aimed at promoting only those goods and services that are provided under the Binomo brand, the Company, and/or its duly authorized representatives and/or counterparties (if any).

1.2. Any marketing campaign aimed at promoting the Binomo brand must fully comply with the brand values: honesty and transparency of trading.

1.3. All communication from the Binomo brand should be built on the principle of partnership and it should comply with the slogan "Binomo is your honest trading partner."  

The main message is that Binomo is a platform you can trust.

1.4. All promotional materials posted by Affiliates should be targeted to an 18+ audience; if possible, in the advertising campaign settings.

1.5. No promotional materials should contain the following subject matter:

● military operations, political, social, or racial conflicts, or political processes (e.g. elections);

● violence;

● any illegal activity, etc., prohibited by the legislation of the country in which the promotional materials are posted.

More details in clause 4, The visual component.

1.6. Branded advertising refers to any promotional materials that include the following:

- use of recognizable corporate identity;

- mention of the name Binomo in the text of the heading or CTA.

1.7. Affiliates must include risk warnings in all branded promotional materials. For more details, see clause 3, Risk warning, and clause 10, Special conditions.

1.8. When referring to the percentage of profitability and/or the amount of estimated earnings in branded promotional materials, the wording “Up to X,” where X is the named numerical value, must be used. For more information, see clause 5, Copywriting of advertising messages.

1.9. In any promotional materials, the use of words from clause 11, Appendix, is unacceptable.

1.10. Affiliates need to consider the local characteristics of those countries in which they distribute promotional materials. Local characteristics include mentality, religion, and other cultural aspects of the country. Detailed recommendations are included in clause 6, Local characteristics of different countries.

1.11. No promotional materials should violate third-party copyrights or related intellectual property rights.

1.12. All branded promotional materials must be done in accordance with the Binomo Corporate Style Guide.

1.13. The company does not render its services on the territories of, to the citizens of, and/or to residents of the following countries: Canada, USA, Australia, Malaysia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Sweden, United Kingdom, Andorra, Vatican, Monaco, San Marino, Cyprus, Switzerland, Israel, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Syria, Iran, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Japan, Russia, and Belarus, in cases where it is against the current legislation of those countries and/or the internal policy of the Company.

Affiliates are prohibited from targeting any advertising campaigns to the above countries, as well as from mentioning them in any way in their promotional materials.


    2. The principle of truth in advertising


2.1. All communication on behalf of the brand is based on the positioning of "Binomo is your honest trading partner."

In branded promotional materials, only what is true is communicated; there is no promise of what is obviously not true.

2.2. All promotional materials should only advertise services and products provided by the Company and/or its duly authorized representatives and/or counterparties (if any). If the Company foregoes any products, Affiliates must disable all advertising media (stop all advertising campaigns) containing information about them no later than the recommended date, which will be indicated in a newsletter sent to Affiliates.

2.3. All promotional materials promoting Binomo branded mobile applications and web pages (hosted under the domain names Binomo.com, binomo.org, binomo.net, etc.) must be truthful and clear. This implies a balance in the presentation of the Company's products, allowing users to evaluate not only the benefits of using the Company's products, but also the risks associated with them.

2.4. In all branded promotional materials, Affiliates are required to provide the user with the information that knowledge, time, and experience are necessary to achieve earnings, and that there is always a risk of losing part or all of their invested capital.

2.5. In all promotional materials, Affiliates must only use up-to-date promotions and bonus offers that are currently available to the user.

2.6. Since Binomo is an online platform for over-the-counter financial instruments, Affiliates must present the Company's products in this vein through branded advertising. The use of the Binomo brand in the context of gambling, betting, or similar products is not allowed.


3. Risk warning


3.1. In accordance with the positioning of the Binomo brand, in all branded and some other advertising materials, Affiliates are required to add a disclaimer warning that trading incurs the risk of loss of capital. This ensures that the user understands that potential earnings are directly related to their level of training and are not random.

3.2. The disclaimer can be presented in different ways (while still clearly conveying the warning specified in clause 3.1.), but it must be present in all formats of branded promotional materials: videos, banners, blogs, affiliate sites, the main page, emails, landing pages, and so on.

Detailed rules for placing disclaimers are specified in clause 10, Special conditions.

3.3. The font size of the warning may be smaller than the font size of the main advertising message, but it must be readable and noticeable.

Recommendations: the risk warning should be clear and should not blend in with the background or be masked in any way or hidden among images: the risk warning should be clearly readable and attract the attention of the visitor.

3.4. Risk statements can be presented in two forms: short and long. Short message example:

"Operations with OTC financial instruments are associated with significant risks."

Long message example:

"Risk warning. Before starting to trade on the platform, the Client needs to analyze their financial capabilities and familiarize themselves with the terms of the agreement on the provision of services on the site."


4. The visual component


4.1. The choice of visual images in any advertising materials should:

not violate the rights and/or legal interests of third parties (do not display logos of other brands without their permission, including personal names and titles);

not offend any part of the world population for any foreseeable reason;

take into account the characteristics of the national cultural habits of each of the countries where the Binomo brand is present;

 NOT mention countries or residents of countries where Binomo does not operate. The current list of prohibited countries is available in the Client Agreement https://binomo.com/information/agreement.

In addition, in branded promotional materials it is forbidden to give incorrect information about the product or form false expectations for the user by demonstrating a successful lifestyle after trading on the platform.

4.2. In all promotional materials, Affiliates are prohibited from depicting and/or mentioning:

● functionality that is not present in products or on the Binomo platform, as well as services not provided by the Company;

● living or deceased famous or public figures (such as actors, artists, athletes, soccer players, monarchs and their families, parliamentarians, politicians, public servants, etc.) without the express written permission of the individual(s);

● military operations, political, social, or racial conflicts, or political processes (e.g. elections);

● violence;

● any illegal activity, etc., prohibited by the legislation of the country in which the promotional materials are posted;

● discrimination based on race, gender, religion, nationality, disabilities, political opinion, worldview, sexual orientation, or age;

● religious figures of any religion, such as Jesus Christ, Buddha, priests, monks, rabbis, etc.;

● any religious signs, symbols, pictograms, etc.;

● erotic, nude, or sexual content;

● underwear or people wearing only underwear (in an erotic and/or sexual context). This rule applies to promotional materials aimed at audiences in countries with a predominant population of Muslims and/or Hindus;

● weapons or armed people;

● alcoholic beverages or alcohol drinking for countries with a Muslim or Hindu population;

● minors and/or disabled people;

● shock content or any footage that degrades a person's honor or dignity;

● poverty and poor people, including in comparison with the benefits of trading on Binomo;

● food to demonstrate Binomo as a source of funds for food;

● children and motherhood in the context of Binomo being a source of funds to support children;

● trading on Binomo as a source of funds for medical treatments and healthcare;

Also, in branded promotional materials it is prohibited to use non-existent or fake documents, including statements from bank accounts, or extraordinarily successful trading, without mentioning the advantages and disadvantages/risks.

4.3. Promotional materials must not violate third-party copyrights or related intellectual property rights.

4.4. All images used in advertising materials must be legally obtained and must not violate privacy rights. Affiliates are obligated to buy the rights to use pictures, images, and photographs of people legally, or to produce promotional materials legally without violating anyone else's rights.

4.5. Affiliates are prohibited from referring to the names, images, or symbols of other brands in a negative connotation when promoting Binomo (as well as references to Binomo in a negative connotation when promoting competitors), as well as from comparing Binomo to competitors in advertising or representing other brands in a negative way.

4.6. Affiliates are prohibited from using materials executed in the Binomo style and in accordance with the guidelines in the advertising of competitors or third-party companies.

4.7. When creating any branded promotional materials, Affiliates must adhere to the guidelines for using the corporate style of

 Binomo, which will ensure correct communication of the Binomo brand ideology.

This clause does not apply to unofficial promotional materials for social networks or channels in messengers or forums, as well as for any creatives for affiliate services with strategies/signals, where the Binomo brand logo is not provided.


5. Copywriting of advertising messages


5.1. Affiliates must adhere to the principle of truth in advertising. In this regard, in branded promotional materials it is forbidden to use promises of earnings in a manner that alludes to guaranteed results for each platform client.

That said, it is permissible to use texts that are honestly amended to indicate the conditions needed to achieve those earnings and the risk disclaimer.

5.2. In branded promotional materials, Affiliates are allowed to use specific amounts of earnings or profitability using the wording “UP TO X” with a risk warning, where X is the amount, for example:

“Potential profitability of up to 90%*. *There is a risk of loss of capital,”

“I earn up to $100* per day. *There is a risk of loss of capital.”

5.3. When mentioning a specific amount of earnings, Affiliates are obliged to use the actual average earnings capabilities for each country (clause 11.2. of the Appendix).
If a specific amount of income is indicated in the promotional materials without mention of the brand, the maximum allowable value for that should not exceed the average monthly salary in that locale by more than 10 times.
If the promotional materials illustrate the withdrawal of funds, the use of specific amounts is permissible, but it should be no more than $3,000.

5.4. It is permissible to talk about earnings in the format of success stories, where real Binomo traders provide their success stories and give the amounts of their real earnings. A risk disclaimer must be included.

5.5. The call to receive $1,000 in a demo account is a true product message and is NOT prohibited in any promotional materials.

5.6. It is forbidden to use messages of the following nature in branded promotional materials:

● any promises of a luxurious rich life as a result of trading on Binomo (for example, the actor in a video talking about earning quick money);

● profit guarantees;

● trading strategies and signals described as “win-win,” “100% winner guaranteed,” etc.;

● fictitious concrete indicators of earnings in any currency, such as “earn $10,000 per day, €500 an hour, 100 rubles per minute,” etc.;

It is acceptable to use promotional materials with specific figures of profitability when using the phrase “Up to” (for example, “earn up to $500 per week”).

Affiliates can only use the actual average earnings capabilities for each individual country (Clause 11.2. of the Appendix).

When using such advertising messages in promotional materials, it is necessary to include a clearly visible risk warning in the promotional materials;

● promises of profit or a concrete percentage of profit (for example, “110% profitability”). However, you can use messages like “potential profitability of up to 95%, but there are risks of loss of capital”;

● statements such as: “everyone earns,” “earning on trading is very easy and/or exciting,” or other phrases similar in meaning;

● such appeals as: “win/earn money,” “work from home,” “receive income,” and other phrases that are similar in meaning in the context of replacing one's main place of employment (refusal to work) with trading;

● guarantees that trading leads to success, lifestyle changes, financial freedom, or any other unreasonable benefits for users;

● the words “binary,” “options,” “forex,” “digital options,” or any other variations of these words or phrases using them. You can use the phrases “trading platform” and “online trading platform.”

● gambling terminology, for example, “bet,” “guessed,” “game,” or “win.” It is acceptable to use financial terminology like “investment,” “forecast,” “I think that the chart will go,” “earnings,” “profit,” and “the forecast was correct;”

● unjustified overuse of capital letters, exclamation marks, or question marks;

● grammatical errors;

● demonstrations of quality of life "before" and "after.”

In addition, it is forbidden to use the following in any promotional materials:

    • false or inaccurate information about promotions and bonuses on the platform;

    • calls to continue using trading platforms to compensate for losses from trading (examples of such calls are “Did you lose? Win it back!” and “You can win it back!” etc.);

    • calls to quit working or take a loan for trading, or to represent trading as a main form of earning;

    • profanity.

5.7. When creating branded promotional materials, it is recommended that Affiliates not use such absolute expressions as: “easiest,” “simplest,” “most profitable,” or other similar words or phrases. This rule applies to promotional materials that emphasize the quality of Binomo trading assets and instruments. However, absolute expressions can be used to emphasize the positive qualities of the platform and its products as a whole, but with the obligatory addition of links to the sources of that information.

5.8. Affiliates are encouraged to strike a balance between the benefits and risks of trading when creating branded advertising. For example, it would be incorrect to indicate that upon expiration the client will see their profit/gain without mentioning that they could also see a negative result.

5.9. The use of cryptocurrency symbols and cryptocurrency payment systems is allowed in the following promotional materials:


  ●  pre-landing pages;
  ●  landing pages (not a topic-related landing page, but a mention of cryptocurrency symbols/payment systems);
  ●  desktop videos;


Video bloggers can also mention and visualize cryptocurrency in their videos. The use of cryptocurrency symbols and cryptocurrency payment systems is prohibited in the following branded promotional materials:


  ●  any creatives for Facebook;
  ●  mobile videos;
  ●  topic-related landing pages about cryptocurrency.


5.10. The maximum amount displayed for the trading account balance should not exceed the possible annual earnings in that country (see clause 11.2.).


6. Local characteristics of different countries


Affiliates must take into account the local characteristics of different countries in the promotional materials used in a particular country.

6.1. India

It is forbidden to represent and/or mention:

6.1.1. Cows, snakes, monkeys, elephants, and/or other animals.

6.1.2. The caste system and the issue of overpopulation in India.

6.1.3. Outdated or obsolete Indian currency.

6.1.4. Images of the Hindu deities.

6.1.5. Sticking your tongue out, as this has a negative connotation in the local culture.

6.2. Thailand

It is forbidden to represent and/or mention:

6.2.1. Coins or currency depicting present or past kings of Thailand.

6.2.2. Outdated or obsolete Thai currency.

6.2.3. Feet in any context.

6.2.4. Finger pointing. In promotional materials, palms should always be facing down and fingers should be straight.

6.2.5. The "fig" hand gesture as it is negative in the local culture.

6.3. Indonesia

6.3.1. It is forbidden to use religious or cultural values that do not correspond to Indonesian ones in promotional materials (for example: tolerance, homosexuality, or gender equality).

6.3.2. It is forbidden to use any direct or indirect comparison of western (European) values with eastern (Asian) values in promotional materials.

6.3.3. It is forbidden to show the left hand or any actions performed by the left hand in promotional materials. In Muslim countries, using the left hand for any action has a negative connotation for religious reasons.

6.4. Ukraine

6.4.1. Any advertising is prohibited on the territory of Crimea.

6.5. Colombia

It is forbidden to represent and/or mention:

6.5.1. Colombia's national symbols.

6.5.2. Content containing or provoking expressions or attitudes of violence, cruelty, restlessness, fear, or superstition.

6.5.3. The “OK” sign shown by hand, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.5.4. The "rock on" hand gesture, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.5.5. Sticking your tongue out, as this has a negative connotation in the local culture.

6.6. Argentina

It is forbidden to represent and/or mention:

6.6.1. Argentina's national symbols.

6.6.2. Content containing or provoking expressions or attitudes of violence, cruelty, restlessness, fear, or superstition.

6.6.3. The “OK” sign shown by hand, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.6.4. The "rock on" hand gesture, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.6.5. Sticking your tongue out, as this has a negative connotation in the local culture.

6.7. Brazil

It is forbidden to represent and/or mention:

6.7.1. The “OK” sign shown by hand, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.7.2. The "rock on" hand gesture, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.7.3. Sticking your tongue out, as this has a negative connotation in the local culture.

6.8. Vietnam

It is forbidden to represent and/or mention:

6.8.1. Vietnam's national symbols.

6.8.2. Former Prime Minister Ho Chi Minh.

6.8.3. Success stories of people who made a huge amount of money and/or got rich quick. The Vietnamese audience views products that are advertised in this way as fraudulent.

6.8.4. The crossed fingers gesture, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.8.5. The index finger making a beckoning gesture, as this has a negative connotation in the local culture.

6.9. Turkey

It is forbidden to represent and/or mention:

6.9.1. Muslim religious symbols or Muslim religious rituals.

6.9.2. A Turkish family in a disrespectful light.

6.9.3. The “OK” sign shown by hand, as it is negative in the local culture.

6.9.4. The "fig" hand gesture as it is negative in the local culture.

6.9.5. It is forbidden to show the left hand or any actions performed by the left hand in promotional materials. In Muslim countries, using the left hand for any action has a negative connotation for religious reasons.

6.9.6. Fighting between Turkey and Armenia, the Kurdish issue, Syrian refugees, the division of Cyprus between Greece and Turkey.

6.9.7. Turkish politicians and public figures.

6.9.8. Soccer in a negative way.

6.10. Egypt

6.10.1. It is forbidden to depict and/or mention the “OK” sign shown by hand, as it has a negative meaning.

6.10.2. It is forbidden to show the left hand or any actions performed by the left hand in promotional materials. In Muslim countries, using the left hand for any

action has a negative connotation for religious reasons.

6.11. United Arab Emirates

6.11.1. It is forbidden to depict and/or mention the “OK” sign shown by hand, as it has a negative meaning.

6.11.2. It is forbidden to show the left hand or any actions performed by the left hand in promotional materials. In Muslim countries, using the left hand for any action has a negative connotation for religious reasons.

6.12. Saudi Arabia

6.12.1. It is forbidden to depict and/or mention the “OK” sign shown by hand, as it has a negative meaning.

6.12.2. It is forbidden to show the left hand or any actions performed by the left hand in promotional materials. In Muslim countries, using the left hand for any action has a negative connotation for religious reasons.
6.13. Kenya
6.13.1 It is forbidden to depict and/or mention cultural values that do not correspond to Kenyan ones (for example: the LGBT movement, comparing the Kenyan culture to other cultures that make it look less significant)
6.13.2 Dogs (may be considered vulgar).
6.13.3 Media objects (memes) with scatological humour.
6.13.4 Light-skinned characters or characters of other nationalities (for example, Indians).
Exception: if the target audience is a different nationality (e.g. Indians in Kenya).
6.13.5 Politics, even a minor mention.


7. Recommendations for using reviews (testimonials)


7.1. When using real reviews in any marketing materials, Affiliates must make sure that

- there is written permission/consent from the relevant person to use it;

- the review is published in full;

- the review is not misleading or disingenuous;

- if the text is translated, its meaning does not change and it can be guaranteed that the information provided is true;

- if names and/or images have been changed, it must be indicated that this was required: "to protect client confidentiality, actual client data is not indicated."

In addition, in branded promotional materials, Affiliates need to use reviews that show a good balance between the advantages and disadvantages.

7.2. If Affiliates disguise advertising text as a review, such texts must comply with the requirements for copywriting of advertising messages.


8. The process of generating new creatives and having them approved


8.1. When new ideas for creatives appear, Affiliates are required to check with this document and/or the Binomo Communications Policy checklist.

8.2. Affiliates are required to have finished creatives approved by the Binomo Policy department (policy@binpartner.com).


9. Rules for working with affiliates: monitoring, fines, sanctions


9.1. Affiliates must familiarize themselves with Binomo brand positioning, the basic principles of communication for creatives using the brand, as well as with the procedure for approval of promotional materials by the Binomo Policy department.

9.2. For violation of the rules of the Binomo Communications Policy, Affiliates will be fined.

9.3. All promotional materials used by Affiliates must be approved by authorized persons of the Company or the Policy team.

9.4. Affiliates can refer to or promise only those bonuses that are valid and currently available to Binomo users at the time of publication of the advertisement. When using promotional materials with bonuses, Affiliates are obliged to independently monitor the conditions for providing bonuses and the benefits users receive from them on the Affiliate Program website or via Company representatives.

Promotional materials with information about bonuses that are no longer available to Binomo users should be promptly removed from advertising platforms without further instruction from representatives of the Company.

9.5. Affiliates must clearly identify themselves, as well as the advertising platforms and tools they use, as a Binomo affiliate, or an independent resource, but not as an official representative of the Company.

9.6. It is forbidden to use any kind of spam to attract users.

9.7. Advertising comments on websites and forums that are in no way related to the topic of trading are considered spam.

9.8. When communicating with Binomo users, Affiliates should not represent themselves as employees of the Company.

9.9. Affiliates are strictly prohibited from offering users any kind of reward for signing up through an affiliate link without the special permission of a Company representative and/or the Policy team.

9.10. Upon the first detection of an Affiliate’s non-compliance with this policy, a request will be sent to eliminate the violations.

In the event of a repeat violation, the Affiliate may be fined 10% of his/her turnover for the current month, but no less than 1,000 USD, which will be debited from his/her personal account or from the Affiliate's remuneration.

For a third violation, the Affiliate’s account may be locked and cooperation with him/her terminated without payment of remuneration.


10. Special conditions


Affiliates must comply with the rules for creating promotional materials that apply to specific ad formats.

10.1. Video

10.1.1. All advertising banners, pictures, chart symbols, and invitations to open an account containing a mention of the Binomo brand or the logo of the Company, or done in the Binomo brand style, leading to branded web pages and/or mobile applications, should contain a warning about the risks that attracts the attention of the viewer/reader.

10.1.2. In video materials, the disclaimer should be placed on the screen anywhere in the video. A verbal warning about the risks is permissible.

10.1.3. Affiliates may only use those promotional materials that have been provided and/or approved by authorized employees of the Company, including the Policy department.

10.2. Banners, teasers, and native ads

10.2.1. All advertising promoting Binomo on Facebook and Google should be targeted at an 18+ audience.

10.2.2. All branded promotional materials must contain a text disclaimer on the banner. If it is not possible to place the text on the picture, Affiliates must make sure that the disclaimer is present on the landing page. This rule also applies to teasers and native advertising.

10.2.3. To promote Binomo products, Affiliates must only use those promotional materials that have been provided and/or approved by authorized employees of the Company.

10.3. Push notifications

10.3.1. Affiliates must include a risk warning before sign-up.

10.4. Pre-landing pages

10.4.1. Affiliates advertising Binomo products should only attract users to pre-approved pre-landing pages, branded landing pages, and approved app store links.

10.4.2. Approvals must be confirmed in writing via email by a Company representative and/or the Policy team.

10.4.3. The disclaimer can be shown as a pop-up at the bottom of the screen that can be closed. If the trader is taken to a pre-landing page by clicking on a link posted on promotional material that already had a risk warning, duplicating it on the pre-landing page is not necessary.

10.5. Websites, blogs, landing pages, and apps

10.5.1. Affiliates should not give the user the impression that their resource is an official Binomo resource; for example, you can clearly present your site/blog to visitors as an unofficial Binomo site. This can be indicated on the first screen of the home page in a font no smaller than the main font of the page.

10.5.2. Affiliates must place a Risk Warning (disclaimer) on each page in the main part of the promotional material or under each link or button leading to Binomo products.

If it is not possible to place a Risk Warning in the promotional material, it must be shown to the user before signing up on the “Binomo” platform.

10.5.3. It is only permissible to place promotional materials on sites previously approved by a representative of the Company or the Policy team.

10.5.4. It is forbidden to advertise Binomo products on websites or pages that exclusively offer trading signals, social trading, copy trading, auto trading, robots, investment advice, or portfolio management services that promote only Binomo products.

10.5.5. Affiliates advertising Binomo products should only attract users to pre-approved pre-landing pages, branded landing pages, and approved app store links.

10.5.6. Approvals must be confirmed in writing via email by a Company representative and/or the Policy team.

10.6. Social networks and instant messengers

10.6.1. Affiliates are prohibited from copying posts from the official Company pages/groups/communities.

10.6.2. Affiliates can only use official posts by reposting them.

10.6.3. It is forbidden to use the word “official” or any similar or identical in meaning words in the name of affiliate pages/groups/communities. The description of the group/community should clearly explain that it is an unofficial Binomo page/group/community.

10.6.4. It is strictly forbidden to imitate the Binomo technical and customer support teams.

10.6.5. When communicating with Binomo users, Affiliates should not represent themselves as employees of the Company.

10.6.6. In the description of the group, channel, or topic on a forum, there should be a mention of the potential risks.

10.7. Affiliate profiles in social networks that are associated with the brand

10.7.1. In the “About Me” section of the social network page, Affiliates should talk about their activities as a Binomo affiliate and about the services they can offer users.

10.7.2. The page should not contain posts that do not meet the requirements set out in clauses 4, 5, and 6 about the visual component, copywriting, and recommendations for materials in specific countries.

10.7.3. The pages of Binomo Affiliates on social networks should not contain political or religious content.

10.7.4. The pages of Binomo Affiliates on social networks should contain a warning about the potential risks.

10.8. Video blogs and streaming videos

10.8.1. When communicating with Binomo users, Affiliates should not represent themselves as employees of the Company.

10.8.2. Affiliates should not give the user the impression that their resource is an official Binomo resource; for example, you can clearly present your site/blog to visitors as an unofficial Binomo site. This can be indicated on the first screen of the home page in a font no smaller than the main font of the page.

10.8.3. A warning about the risks should be voiced or included in the text description under each video where Binomo is mentioned, or there can be a line about the risks, or noticeable and readable text on the screen anywhere in the video.

10.9. Contextual advertising and UAC

10.9.1. It is forbidden to attract contextual advertising to Binomo brand queries, as well as to any derivatives or misspellings of brand queries. A list of negative keywords that need to be added to exclusions in advertising campaigns can be found in clause 11.1. of the Appendix.

10.9.2. It is forbidden to use the following in ad queries: “options," "digital options,” “forex,” and derivatives thereof with the Binomo brand name. The list of negative keywords that need to be added to exclusions in advertising campaigns can be found in clause 11.1. of the Appendix.

10.9.3. Information about risks should be included in the text of the advertising message (usually in the description) or should be located on the landing page, where the user can read about the risks prior to signing up.

10.10. Investment strategies and/or financial advice

10.10.1. Affiliates providing trading signals and/or investment

strategies can NOT design their site/channel/group/page on a social network/mobile application in accordance with the Binomo corporate style guide.

10.10.2. Affiliates offering Binomo users trading strategies (including instructions for opening and/or closing trades on any trading asset/instrument) are required to separately inform the user that the profitability from the proposed strategy and/or trading signals is not guaranteed and the responsibility for making decisions about opening/closing trades lies with the trader.

10.10.3. Affiliates cannot use any tactics that encourage users to trade using amounts greater than they are willing to lose. It is forbidden to urge users to borrow money or take loans to continue trading.

10.10.4. Affiliates and their employees are strictly prohibited from accessing user authorization data (logins and passwords), as well as from authorizing user accounts on the Binomo platform, in order to trade on behalf of users.

10.10.5. Affiliates are prohibited from motivating registered and active users to sign up for new accounts though an affiliate link.
10.11. Telegram and other messengers and blogs
10.11.1. There should be a risk warning in the channel description if the channel is about Binomo.
If the channel is about trading with mentions of Binomo in messages, the risk warning should be added at the end of any message with a mention.




11. Appendix

11.1. The list of negative keywords:

benomo

bianomo

bibomo

bihomo

bimomo

bimono

binamo

binimo

binjmo

binom

binoma

binome

binomo

binomy

binomо

binonmo

binono

binpmo

binumo

bitomo

blnomo

bnomo

byjvj

bynomo

беномо

бимоно

бинама

бинамо

бинимо

бинмо

бинмомо

биноио

бином

бинома

биноммо

биномо

биноно

биното

бномо

бономо

вinomo

виномо

иштщьф

иштщьщ

иутщьщ

ишьщтщ

ишищьщ

иштщь

иштщтщ


MX, BR

binomio

binomios

binomial

CN

binongmo

binonmo

bubini

UA

біномо

бінамо

біном

бінімо

VN

bìnomo

binomở

bìnởmở

11.2 Average earnings capabilities by country:





Daily
Monthly
Annualy
#IN

$20

$400

$4000

#ID

$20

$400

$5000

#BR

$70

$2200

$27000

#VN

$20

$600

$7000

#TH

$60

$1700

$20,000

#MX

$80

$2300

$28000

#KZ

$70

$2000

$24000

#UA

$20

$700

$8000

#ZA

$50

$1400

$17000

AFRICA

$10

$300

$4000

LATAM

$40

$1200

$14000



11.3 Additional information on platform amounts in local currency:




Min. investment
Max. investment
Min. deposit
Daily
Monthly (brand)
Monthly (no brand)
Annually
USD (dollar)
1
1000
10




#IN ( - INR, indian rupees)
70
65000
350
150030000300000300000
#ID (Rp - IDR, indones. rupee)
14000
14000000
140000
300000
6,000,000.0060,000,00072,000,000
#BR (R$ - BRL, br. real)
4
4000
40
380
12900
129000
146000
#VN (đ - VND, dong)
23000
23000000
230000
470000
14000000
140000000
164000000
#TH (฿ - THB, baht)
30
32000
320
1900
55000
550000
648000
#MX (MXN, mex. peso)
20
20000
200
1900
55000
550000
670000
#KZ ( - KZT, tenge)
500
250000
2500
30000
860000
8600000
10300000
#UA ( - UAH, hryvnia)
30
30000
300
540
19000
190000
215000
#NG ( - NGN, naira)
360
360000
3600
3900
117000
1170000
1500000
#ZA (R - ZAR, rand)
15
13000
150
915
25500
255000
310000