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Written by Yanmo
Updated over a week ago

Hello there,

When we started Bamboo, we wanted to help a new generation of Africans build generational wealth the right way. We have remained committed to our mission and are excited to announce a new partnership that will help make it easier for you to do that.

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Click the button below. Within 5-20 business days, we will refund the subscription fee into your Bamboo wallet while you continue to enjoy free access to Stock Advisor for the next 12 months. Please make sure you sign up with the email address your Bamboo account was created with and you have made at least one trade on Bamboo. Please do not hesitate to email [email protected] if you have not received your refund after 20 business days.


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