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Holiday Gift Being Sent To Selected Clients
December 15, 2020
11:20 am
bobmcc1
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I received mine by Canada Post on a Sunday of all things. Great gesture on Oaken's part that they do this yearly. I totally agree, other financial institutions need to take a page out of Oaken's book on good customer service. They are a great company to deal with! Kudos to Oaken.sf-laugh

December 15, 2020
2:24 pm
pooreva
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dentgal said
I was hoping that they would arrive.
Shockingly, it took me 2 days to finish the box, instead of scarfing them all down the same night!  

Yo, Sugar, how is your sugar doing :))))

December 16, 2020
2:18 pm
Alexandra
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YAHOO!!!!

I finally got my chocolate from Oaken!! They just delivered it to the door about a half hour ago. I am so happy!!

Yawn..........still nothing back from Canadian Tire or Wealth One. I'll probably never cancel those accounts once I get them.

December 16, 2020
3:26 pm
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Oh, woe is me! I am now unable to chocolate. Thanks anyway, Oaken. Grandkids will be happy to get them.sf-frown

December 29, 2020
8:13 pm
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I have received a Christmas gift from Oaken over several years. The last two years it has been a gift box of tea. The gift is "david's top 12", a box with 12 jars of loose tea. There is also a box of hemp temp filters. This box is labelled Oaken Financial.

Tea is not something I drink. The friend I passed it on to last year said it was nice.

This type of behaviour makes me think that Oaken stands out from the crowd. However, I still want a good interest rate when I am investing.

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