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Hubert: still good rates, and always excellent service
May 9, 2019
9:22 pm
ritawije
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It's been a bit of a surprise both ways, i.e. Hubert's rates stayed quite high longer than many, and then the three rates drops in close proximity. Both were somewhat unusual. But from my point of view, not only do their rates remain among the best, but the customer service is just excellent. People with names, calls answered often on the first ring, answers that are clear and to the point. It remains for us a great place to bank.

May 10, 2019
4:20 pm
Briguy
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I agree, I'm glad you started this thread to counteract " Hubert has lost its lustre" because their rates are still competitive and they are a great FI to deal with. I think they are perfect for RRSPs since you don't want to have to rate shop and have to keep transferring, and with their unlimited insurance you can keep all your RRSP in one FI.

May 10, 2019
4:26 pm
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I think this thread should be merged with “Hubert has lost its lustre" thread.

May 10, 2019
5:42 pm
Doug
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GICinvestor said
I think this thread should be merged with “Hubert has lost its lustre" thread.  

I would support that, too, GICinvestor. I'm also in favour of keeping it separate. It's really up to Peter, I think. In the past, some threads get merged and others are left to see if they peter out on their own (sorry, Peter, for the unfortunate and, indeed, wholly unintended pun! 😉 ).

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Doug

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