Hola mis amigos!
There are programs that are flashy and glittery and you pay attention to them immediately because of all the dazzling.
There are also programs that grown on you the more you peruse them and the more you look at the chilly and understated design. Our today protagonist definitely falls into the latter category.
Remi Trade is a company with its seat in Dominica (8 Copthall, Roseau Valley, 00152, Commonwealth of Dominica), which is always a nice place to have a place in, right? Naturally, it's all about the business aspect of such a decision, but you know that I always enjoy the administrators sipping drinks on a beach. It's just so much better. Moving on, as Remi Trade proudly announced "We are not so young". Indeed, according to the website the company was founded in 2002 and was apparently waiting to appear online, which happened in 2009 when "online opportunities for trading and investments were introduced [...] for public in general not for practitioners solely. There was also an increase in our initial capital. The increase gave us an opportunity to make a serious reserve fund in order to have deposits from investors insured".
And then the proper Remi Trade emerged with a domain created on November 12, 2013 and GeoTrust SSL certificate implemented three days later (valid from (11/16/2013 to 11/19/2014). While the first move was perfectly executed – the domain is valid for another ten years, I have some doubts whether optioning for an optional "https" is necessarily the right choice. Sure, your data are "protected by 128 bit SSL encryption; if it is activated, you will see a closed padlock in the status bar of your browser". However, you do need to know that beforehand, so just be sure you see the "padlock" as RT suggested.
When it comes to navigating the website, it could not get any simpler. As I've mentioned in the introduction, the website is not one of the most innovative and groundbreaking pages in the history of the Internet, but it's crisp and user-friendly, which is just as well. The only problem I have personally encountered has to do with the registration process. First, let me assure you, it's a pretty obvious process and needs no explanation, really: you just give them a name and surname, your e-mail address and some password information. Then you have to answer a secret question and Remi Trade chose the "family set" with questions like "Mother's maiden name" or "Mother's birthday", which I always enjoy.
I don't know if it was my infamous bad luck, but I could not log into my account. Having copied everything from the confirmation e-mail received seconds before, I clicked on the "Forgotten Password" option – thinking "I must be going senile and I've already forgotten my password" – and received another e-mail with… A different login ID and the same password. For some strange reason, the confirming mail says one thing (your name is your ID), the password reminder tell a whole different story (it's your surname). But, amigos, we can always attribute all that to my luck, right? OK, once you're in, you need to… Fill out more forms, I'm afraid. As soon as you log in you get the following message "Attention! Please fill you contact details. Click here to proceed. To finish registration enter personal information: User Settings" (the details in question are the address and your birth date). I skipped that part and I'm still alive, so I think it's not as urgent as the message makes it seem.