We promise and affirm to you, the holder of this certificate, that we will refund ONE HUNDRED PERCENT of
your Stock Market Workshop Purchase, if you place 20 live options or stock trades within 60 days of completing
attendance at the Workshop training, subject to the following terms and conditions.
In order to receive your rebate, you must do the following and submit supporting documentation (copies) where
requested, for verification purposes:
1) Attend each day of the Stock Market Workshop. Please be sure to sign in for each Workshop day.
2) View each of the online training courses found within your Education Center account and complete the
assessment with a pass rate of at least 70%. Assessment may be taken multiple times until 70% is
3) Complete 20 paper trades with at least 10 of those being options trades.
4) Complete 20 live options and/or stock trades within 60 days of completing the Workshop. A “Trade” is
defined as any buy or sell transaction of an option or stock (paper trades do not qualify). The aggregated trade
volume, as defined as total funds traded in and/or through the account during the 60-day trade period immediately
following the workshop, must be equal to $1000 ($50 average per trade).
All documentation must be submitted online no later than 10 days after the 60-day period has elapsed.
Online rebate requests must be submitted at: interactivetrader.com/20trades
Mailed rebate requests must be sent to: Interactive Trader 380 S. Technology Court, Ste. 100, Lindon, UT 84042
Should you have any questions please email us at: email@example.com
IMPORTANT: The Company teaches principles and concepts related to Options Trading – it does not instruct
customers in concepts related to Day Trading.
The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy defines a pattern day trader as any investor who executes
four (4) or more “day trades” within five (5) business days, provided that the number of day trades represents
more than six (6) percent of the customer’s total trades in the margin account for that same five (5) business day
period. This rule is a minimum requirement – some broker-dealers use a slightly broader definition for “pattern
day trader.” Investors should contact their brokerage firms to determine definitions applicable to trading activities.
A “day trade” is defined as the purchasing and selling or selling and purchasing of the same security on the
same day in a margin account.”
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You further agree to waive all rights of inspection or approval with regard to any reproduction or publication.
You also release, discharge, and agree to hold harmless the Company, its representatives, assigns, employees, or
any person(s) and corporation(s) for whom it might be acting, including any person(s) and corporation(s) distributing,
disseminating advertising, testimonials, blogs, or web pages containing any performance related to your
purchase and training.