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ICICI down to 2.00%
April 4, 2009
11:34 am
djino
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Down to 2.00%

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April 4, 2009
12:23 pm
Max
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Damnit,

just transfered my money there yesterday.....

I hate banks

The day you become free is the day you work for fun.

April 5, 2009
1:59 pm
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Max said:

Damnit,

just transfered my money there yesterday.....

I hate banks


Yeah, and now you will have to wait 2 weeks to have your funds accessible again because of their hold time.

April 5, 2009
5:17 pm
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It's interesting to note that ICICI is the only bank that we follow on this site that has a TFSA rate higher than the normal savings rate. I'm not saying that it makes them better though...

April 5, 2009
11:58 pm
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Peter said:

It's interesting to note that ICICI is the only bank that we follow on this site that has a TFSA rate higher than the normal savings rate. I'm not saying that it makes them better though...


Don't say that out loud. It's just giving me regrets being with ING.

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April 6, 2009
1:10 am
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I'm with you on the ING part. It's one thing to lower your rates (we all know they vary with prime), but it's another to have that TFSA - savings difference disappear almost immediately. Sadly I don't think it would hold up as false advertising in court, but it sure felt like false advertising.

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