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Pace Credit Union New GIC Rates
June 14, 2018
4:30 pm
gicjunkie
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New GIC rates as follows:

1 year 2.80%
2 years 3.10%
3 years 3.25%
4 years 3.30%
5 years 3.53%

I believe this is for new money only.

July 10, 2018
6:37 am
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The special rates are still being offered: PACE Credit Union: Term Deposits

On the last page of their June 2018 newsletter, it mentions a $5,000 minimum for the 3.10% 2-year GIC.

July 10, 2018
7:05 am
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Y'all forgot to mention -

Requirements

To apply, you must meet these requirements:

- You are 18 or older.
- You are resident of Ontario.
- You have not declared bankruptcy in the last 7 years.

July 10, 2018
5:44 pm
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PACE Credit Union seems to be more of a bricks-and-mortar financial institution rather than an online one.

One will need to apply to become a member. There is the possibility of having to visit one of their branches in southwestern Ontario to complete the membership process:

Note that for security reasons you may need to visit one of our branches to complete the application process.

July 10, 2018
6:02 pm
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Norman1 said
PACE Credit Union seems to be more of a bricks-and-mortar financial institution rather than an online one.
 

Which could explain why they occasionally offer GIC's through deposit brokers as they did a few weeks ago.

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