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Parama 3% One Yr / 3.3% Three Yrs
September 20, 2018
12:41 pm
Nehpets
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Parama Credit Union (Toronto) joins the 3% offerings or Meridian and Omia Direct.

Scrivens (Ottawa broker) has someone offering 3.02% for one year.

Stephen

September 24, 2018
3:32 pm
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Parama Credit Union's (Ontario) GIC promos for new money shown on promos page should be deleted and replaced with their new GIC promos for new money:
1 yr 3.00%
3 yrs 3.30%

September 24, 2018
9:54 pm
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GR said
Parama Credit Union's (Ontario) GIC promos for new money shown on promos page should be deleted and replaced with their new GIC promos for new money:
1 yr 3.00%
3 yrs 3.30%  

Done!

October 15, 2018
7:45 am
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Looks like the 1-year GIC promo is now 3.10% and the 3-year GIC promo is now 3.40%.

November 19, 2019
11:18 am
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Parama Credit Union's 1-year GIC rate is 2.5% as of November 19 2019

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November 19, 2019
3:54 pm
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According to their website, Parama's one year rae is now 2.3, and their 3 yr rate is 2.5.
https://parama.ca/rates

I suggest this thread be locked as the title is not current and is therefore misleading.

Please start a new thread if you think current rates are of interest.

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