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Registered by the Financial Services Authority (‘FSA’) number 1637 CTD 2018. FXCL Markets Ltd. registered office: Suite 305, Griffith Corporate Center, P.O. Box 1510, Beachmont, Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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Real adress in Philipines and company name is:

Company Name: Outstrive
Address: 3rd Floor 399 Enzo building, Makati, Philippines
Phone: +1 (347) 891-7520

Top managment of stealer who scam money of clients:

Juan Belleza Jr
Team Leader
2056 D Kahilum 1 Barangay 870 Zone 95 Pandacan Manila, Philippines
https://www.facebook.com/theimbachronicler
639776459387 / 639155292409

Lea Jean Belleza
Assistant
2056 D Kahilum 1 Barangay 870 Zone 95 Pandacan Manila, Philippines
https://www.facebook.com/lj.r.belleza

James Tulabot
Team Leader
https://www.facebook.com/jamescuzy

Allen Roel Costales
Sale Manager
522 Tanglaw St. Mandaluyong City Barnagay Plainview
https://www.facebook.com/allennicanor.costales
639565914849

Kristoff Salazar
Sale Team Leader
Unit 1414 Kumagawa Bldg River City Brgy 880 Sta. Ana Manila, Philippines
https://www.facebook.com/Kristoff225
639561355764

Xanty Octavo
Sale Manager
8137 Yabut Street Guadalupe Nuevo Makati City , Philippines
https://www.facebook.com/xanty.octavo
639171031948

Virgilito Dada
Account Manager
https://www.facebook.com/potsdada.antonio

Elton Danao
Sale Manager
https://www.facebook.com/eosnyssa
639175048891 / 639991854086

All of this persons need be condemned and moved in Jail.

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Like most good American politicians Quezon gets on nicely with newspaper men. Once the correspondents asked him about a matter in connection with his personal religious history. He reached for the phone, telephoned his wife, and got it from her. Lately he has taken up bridge, too, and like it even better than poker. Most of his relaxation nowadays comes on his yacht, the Casiana, on which he cruises and dines when the day’s work is done. He got it, a bargain at a reputed price of 100,000 pesos ($50,000), from an American oil magnate.
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Deep in the heart of Texas we find Jeff Passan, as the Houston Astros host Game 1 of the World Series tonight against the Atlanta Braves. For the Astros, it’s a chance for some vindication, after being baseball’s public enemy number one for their sign stealing scheme in 2017. For the Braves, it’s a chance to win their first World Series in a quarter century, and cap a stunning postseason run for a team that had the worst regular season record of any in the playoffs. Jeff Passan is in Houston, and breaks down everything you need to know for the Fall Classic. The Patriots face the Falcons tonight, after their fourth consecutive win on Sunday, and Mac Jones is playing at a level that is making the rest of us look silly for doubting him. Bill Belichick’s team enters the second half of the season hot on the tails of a playoff spot, so Louis Riddick explains what we all missed with Jones at draft time, and how The Patriot Way is leading to success yet again. The further we get into the NFL season, the more questions we have. But after Week 12, the playoff picture is coming into frame…kind of.

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He had years of passionate struggle with General Wood, a governor who reversed the Harrison policy; he ingratiated himself with other governors, cajoling, bluffing, threatening. Finally in 1934 came the Tydings-McDuffie Bill, which tentatively at least won the fight. The Philippine became a commonwealth of autonomous status with complete independence money stealers promised in 1946. He resumed the study of law, while scratching out a living at odd jobs. His father died, and he returned to Baler to settle the family estate; then he began practice in Tayabas province. He gave up his job, at which he was earning $500 per month to accept a position as local fiscal or prosecuting attorney, at $75.

When the Philadelphia 76ers announced this week they were hiring Daryl Morey to be their president of basketball operations, it turned heads across the NBA. Not just because of Morey’s track record with the Houston Rockets, but because of his close relationship with former 76ers GM Sam Hinkie. He joins Pablo Torre for an extremely rare, wide-ranging interview that covers his time with the Sixers, his exit from basketball, and his new life away from the game. It’s been just days since Robert Saleh began his tenure in possibly the most challenging job in football…head coach of the New York Jets. But the former 49ers Defensive Coordinator is already drawing praise from players and analysts alike, who think he may just be the guy who can turn around the long struggling franchise. But Saleh’s path to the Jets sideline has been as unusual as it is groundbreaking. Jets reporter Rich Cimini brings us the story of how September 11th, 2001 changed Saleh’s life forever, and set him on a course to become the first Muslim head coach in NFL history. Then, Domonique Foxworth joins us to discuss the lack of diversity in NFL coaching hires. Allegations of sexual misconduct and assault against Deshaun Watson have until this week played out through lawyers’ statements and accuser anonymity.

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Once audit risk is set, the auditor will assess control risk, inherent risk, and then determine the level of detection risk, and therefore will, in turn, determine the nature and extent of audit procedures performed. The important thing to emphasize is thataudit risk should be minimized and is determined by the auditor in response to the auditor’s assessment of engagement risk. In retrospect, the coup plotters employed certain strategies that manifest careful planning and perseverance in their implementation. In recruitment, for example, the rebels generally harnessed the active participation of strategically situated, middle-level troop commanders. For the August 1987 coup, it is said that their major effort was directed at field commanders who controlled significant units in the AFP, like battalion commanders of the Army, provincial commanders of the PC, some squadron commanders of the PAF, and maybe some unit commanders of the Navy. The officers who command infantry or tank battalions stationed in or near Manila, as well as those who have control over helicopter gunships and other aircraft within striking distance of the seat of power, are crucial for a coup’s success. It was easy for the KAM-HF to recruit because most of the commanders were of their age group and from the PMA, either former classmates or contemporaries at the PMA of the Honasan group. This was in contrast to the February 1986 plot where, outside of the RAM members, recruitment went up vertically to the major unit commanders with the rank of brigadier general. In 1987, the RAM-HF worked on the “horizontal cut” at Battalion level and below, as MGen Montano pointed out.167 The plotters undermined the chain of command by likewise getting the loyalty of company commanders.

Ms. Saso starts her bid on Thursday on Hole No. 1 in the company of amateur Jensen Castle and Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist. I would do my best; whatever the outcome is, I would be grateful,” she said. The bond that unites the coup participants thus appears to be primarily based on personal loyalties, friendships, and other personal ties, rather than on shared political beliefs, principles, and a vision of the future. It is true that for many coup participants, the rallying call seemed to be anti-communism but the network of RAM-HF recruitment still frequently relied on personal relations. The following day, two cadets delivered a copy of their letter of support for the rebels to the Baguio Midland Courier, which published it. Still restive, some cadets were reported to be arming themselves and planning to go around Baguio. This was thwarted when Col Lisandro Abadia (PMA ’62) Commandant of Cadets, confronted them in their barracks.

It’s been 22 years since the summer that changed baseball forever. After the strike of ’94 threatened to turn off an entire generation to the game, the tape measure theatrics of McGwire and Sosa made fans fall in love with the national pastime again. The latest 30 for 30, “Long Gone Summer,” which premieres this Sunday, chronicles the 1998 chase between the two dueling sluggers…and their very different approaches to making history. Buster Olney reflects on what that summer meant for baseball, and how its perception has changed over the years as baseball’s steroids problem came to light. After winning three WNBA championships, two NCAA championships, and four Olympic gold medals, Sue Bird has seen it all in basketball. As she gets ready for her 19th season in the WNBA, Bird and the rest of the league are preparing for a season unlike any ever played before. The Seattle Storm guard joins the show to discuss how the league and its players came to an agreement, the impact of their new CBA, and how the WNBA has evolved over the course of her epic career. On Monday, at least 11 players and two coaches for MLB’s Miami Marlins tested positive for coronavirus, after completing their opening series against the Philadelphia Phillies. The positive tests resulted in several MLB game postponements, and raised larger concerns about the league’s health and safety protocols. ESPN’s Alden Gonzalez joins Mina Kimes to discuss what happened, and whether the league’s 60-game season could be in jeopardy.

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The NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships begin today in Fort Worth, but you’d be forgiven if you mistook it for the Tokyo Olympics this past summer. That’s because no sport has been transformed by the Name, Image and Likeness revolution across college athletics as much as Women’s Gymnastics. Previously, Olympic stars like Tokyo All-Around Gold Medalist Suni Lee had to choose between cashing in on the lucrative endorsement deals that come with Olympic success, or competing in college. Now, under NIL, that is no longer an issue, meaning Lee will compete for an NCAA title this weekend as a freshman at Auburn. Fellow US Olympians Jade Carey (Oregon St.), Jordan Chiles , and Grace McCallum will all be competing in Fort Worth, in what is shaping up to be perhaps the most competitive NCAA championships ever. Alyssa Roenigk breaks down how the sport is being transformed, as well as the names and teams you need to know before this weekend’s championship.

While frequent testing and other protocols have been enacted across pro leagues, there is still a lot that’s unknown about the physical impact of the virus, even on a healthy, young athlete’s body. ESPN injury analyst Stephania Bell has been paging through medical studies and the leagues’ protocol documents. She has an insider’s take on how teams and players are making decisions in the face of the pandemic. This week, news of recently re-hired White Sox manager Tony La Russa’s second drunk driving arrest sent shockwaves through the baseball world. La Russa is among a group of MLB decision makers which includes newly rehired Red Sox manager Alex Cora, and former Astros GM AJ Hinch, who seem to be getting second chances, in spite of their past questionable actions. As we make our way through this MLB offseason, Jeff Passan joins the show to bring us the latest on the La Russa story, and also break down new Mets owner Steven Cohen’s introductory press conference. Then, Katie Barnes explains women’s college basketball prospect Azzi Fudd, and her decision to commit to UConn.

ESPN hockey writer Emily Kaplan joins Mina Kimes to break down the culture around the allegations, and what it all means for a sport trying to grow its fan base. NFL fullbacks are some of the hardest-working and most beloved players in the sport, but they’ve struggled to find success in the spotlight. FiveThirtyEight’s Josh Hermsmeyer joins Mina Kimes to explore how fullbacks are having their best year ever, and why they’ve been the key to success for football offenses. But after last season’s disappointing playoff exit, many thought the squad couldn’t repeat its success. NBA writer Chris Herring joins Mina Kimes to explain what the small market Bucks’ continued dominance means for basketball.

The raid was led by Maj Crispin Galacgac with suspected inside collusion from Capt Alonso Canete and Lt Tomasito Macatangay. Recruits among enlisted men from the nearby Naval Support Command in Fort San Felipe, Cavite City, were also given firearms by PO3 Vicente Anog, Jr, who had earlier told the men they were going to attend “a happening” at Sangley Air Base. Despite the advice of both Ramos and Canieso not to leave for Japan because “something was going to happen,” President Aquino nevertheless left for her state visit as scheduled. Immediately after her departure, Ramos and the four major service commanders met at the VIP Lounge at the airport. They discussed the intelligence (J-2) report about the coup plot and agreed on the preparations for their respective commands. The Philippine political climate was turbulent in the months prior to the discovery of the coup plot codenamed “God Save The Queen” in November 1986. Just four months earlier, the government had quelled the loyalist attempt at Manila Hotel.
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