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Manulife One should also be added...
August 5, 2007
11:48 pm
Kody
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Hey! Great concept for a website! Just found it via google.

I've learned of a few new places to look for my new high interest savings account. One bank I was hoping to find further info on though is Manulife one. (http://www.manulifeone.com/) It's not really a high-interest account in the same way as the others, but it is definitely a unique product that has many of the same benefits as a high-interest account.

Anyone else out there have any experiences with this bank?

Cheers

August 16, 2007
1:09 am
ZzRicezZ
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I was using them for my business mainly and it was very good. I can use it to pay my bills and now it at 4% instead of 3.75%, I will be switching back to them after the ING promotion is over.

August 18, 2007
7:44 pm
Peter
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OK, I've given Manulife One its own forum. The ability to have chequing-account features on a high interest account is intriguing...

September 14, 2008
6:49 pm
tr_eel
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I am just about to enter into a Manulife One account.
I really like the ability to consolidate all of my debts and contribute all of my income
directly to the debt load.

I am also wondering if there is a drawback. I don't want to hear from people who think that it is a poor plan. I want to hear from those who have used this account and either really like it or don't - with reasons please!

Thanks

September 15, 2008
9:58 am
CM
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Looked at Manulife One, which is an account concept used in Australia for many years. It is a very good concept for individuals that are highly diciplined to manage all their finances and are looking to agressively pay-down their debt. However, if you are not so disciplined, you can likely do much better consolodating your debt into a traditional low rate mortgage or loan, paying it down systimatically and directing your savings to another high-yielding savings account.

There are monthly fees and higher rates connected to the Manulife loan feature.

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