So much for those commercials that said they don't take the other side of the trade or trade against you.
Intentionally promoting slippage against a customer is trading against a customer.
With FXCM's NDD forex execution, every order is immediately executed back to back with one of multiple banks or financial institutions. Every FXCM NDD forex trade is automatically offset in a two-step process, designed to ensure that FXCM does not profit from a trader’s losses. In the first step of the execution process, a trader clicks on the price and the order is sent to FXCM. In the second step, FXCM automatically sends the client’s order to one of its liquidity providers to offset the trade. The NFA and CFTC cases have to do with positive slippage in the second step of the off-setting transaction not being passed on to the trader.
All orders on FXCM's NDD forex execution can now receive positive slippage dependent on liquidity.