What happens when you have a great/friendly/amazingly nice contact at ING Direct Canada? We ask to speak to that individuals bosses, bosses, bosses, bosses… I think you get the point. We have a very open dialogue with ING Direct Canada. We are constantly (at least weekly) in communication with some member of various teams there.
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The Bank of Montreal (BMO) is known for their MasterCards, particularly because of the fact that they offer clients the ability to earn Air Mile reward miles. Today I come with a great deal I came across BMO that anyone looking for a new credit card should definitely consider, especially if they are among the
ING Direct is known for their innovative banking products, and within the last year they launched their very first Canadian chequing account – the THRiVE chequing account. ING decided to take what Canadians were looking for, and make it even better by making it a no fee chequing account. Within the last few months, ING
Scotiabank has announced the launch of two new banking products; the Scotia Moneyback Account and 2 new Scotia Momentum Visa Cards. With these new banking products at your disposal, you are able to bank on getting something back. The Scotia Moneyback Account is Canada’s first Cash Bach chequing account, offering customers 1% cashback rewards on
A while ago I wrote about what you can get if you were to switch to Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). I decided to start looking into what other banks were offering to people if they were to switch their banking. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) is offering you up to 55,000 Aeroplan Miles
Last year we saw ING Direct Canada launch their very first chequing account, the THRiVE Chequing account, pleasing many clients across Canada; ING did not just end their, they decided to make it a no fee chequing account. This brought President’s Choice Financial a new competitor against their own no fee bank account. Both of
While watching T.V. I saw an interesting commercial for RBC, which stated a bunch of different things they were offering, two of them stuck in my head at the end of the commercial. The first was the fact that you can earn up to $300 in gift cards when you switch to RBC, and the