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I got a GFV (GF call), can I deposit or liquidate positions to meet it?
I got a GFV (GF call), can I deposit or liquidate positions to meet it?

No, cash deposits and stock liquidations will not alleviate a Good-Faith Violation (GFV). Each GFV will automatically expire after 12 months from it's violation month. 

Having one GFV in the account will basically make no difference in your account. Please note that with two or more GFV's in the account, your buying power will not replenish after liquidation until the proceeds of the sale settles, which takes two business days (T+2). 

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