Hello, Yesterday, I got a fill on an extremely illiquid contract. It was the first time I traded this contract and I was leaning on the MM( improving the current B/A spread by a few ticks ). After seeing how wide the spread was at the time, I realized that my trade was outside the "non reviewable range", so I was concerned it should be busted or adjusted. Apparently nothing happened. I would like to know if anybody ever had a trade adjustment or cancellation for trading outside no bust range , and more importantly if there should be some penalties from the exchanges for doing it. I mean ... The MM was there before me and quoting wider( and he has been there for a while, trading multiple contracts every day )but I am paranoid when it comes to exchange penalties. I wonder if it can be considered something that is not a " good faith bid and offer " The rulebook says: " a. Futures Contracts If the GCC determines that a trade price is outside the Non-Reviewable Range for a futures contract (including futures spreads), the trade price shall be adjusted to a price that equals the fair value market price for that contract at the time the trade under review occurred, plus or minus the Non-Reviewable Range. In the event there are multiple parties, prices and/or contracts involved in the transactions at issue, the GCC has the authority, but not the obligation, to cancel rather than price adjust such transactions. The GCC will issue an alert regarding its decision. " So there are no explicit penalties in the rulebook and I am not scared of adjustments, but if somebody has more experience than me on this... Thanks a lot.