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Laurentian Bank Visa Dollars
January 25, 2019
8:25 am
Forum Posts: 139
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December 26, 2018
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Laurentian Bank will welcome you as a new cardholder with BONUS cash back of $25. You are also entitled to a credit worth 50% of your annual fee. You will also enjoy a 21-day interest-free payment

This card is known for its rewards program. With this, you can get 3% cash back on pre-authorized debits, 2% on grocery items and gas, and 1% on other valid purchases. Once your credits balance is $25 or greater, you can redeem a cashback credit anytime.

You are also entitled to Purchase Insurance. This means you’ll get a refund on the items bought using this card if they are lost due to theft or are damaged accidentally within 90 days after the purchase. You can also get an Extended Warranty which will extend the manufacturer’s warranty of the product up to one year.

You can apply for Laurentian Bank Visa Dollars by visiting the bank’s website and filling out the online application form. You can also drop by any branch for an offline application.

You should also take note of the bank’s requirements. One of them is that you should be a resident of Quebec or Ontario. You will also need to present proof of identification showing you are aged 19 or older.

On top of this, the bank will ask for your employment and income information and social insurance number.

January 25, 2019
4:53 pm
Forum Posts: 284
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August 9, 2014
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Thanks for commenting, but I think the 65 dollars fee make this card non - competitive, unless you have massive per-authorized payment.

January 25, 2019
5:14 pm
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January 3, 2013
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And why are charging a fee exactly when the interest is only 2%? Crappy business!

January 26, 2019
9:59 am
Forum Posts: 286
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November 7, 2014
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After a couple of problems regarding a GIC (explained elsewhere on this site), I wouldn't even consider doing business with this company. Do so at your own risk.

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