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Concentra 3.01% 1-yr GIC

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Concentra 3.01% 1-yr GIC

Come across this today on a highinterestsavings.ca thread
>> Concentra 3.01% 1-yr GIC [CDIC eligible]

Hope this helps

... attached image is from ratehub.ca

[2020 Jan 31] Confused Face The deal is over - 1yr gic rate on their website is 2.68% today.
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Last edited by hwyc2007 on Jan 31st, 2020 8:11 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Isn’t B2B with their 3.3% (<500k) still better?
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contva wrote: Isn’t B2B with their 3.3% (<500k) still better?
I was never able to sign up
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contva wrote: Isn’t B2B with their 3.3% (<500k) still better?
I have all my money with b2b at the moment but they can technically change their rates at anytime vs this being locked in
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texasbruce wrote: I was never able to sign up
I couldn’t sign up neither so I downloaded a free credit report and saw that they spelled my name wrong. Used that variant on the B2B Equifax check and it worked. I was able to sign up. Might be worth giving it another try.
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contva wrote: Isn’t B2B with their 3.3% (<500k) still better?
... let Saskatchewan shine ? a little maybe ?
... I mean there is so many threads on B2B/LBC already.
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hwyc2007 wrote: ... let Saskatchewan shines ?
B2B Bank (Laurentian). Didn’t realize there’s an event with the same name in Saskatoon.
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contva wrote: Isn’t B2B with their 3.3% (<500k) still better?
The "G" in GIC means that the rate is guaranteed for the term. There's nothing guaranteed about B2B/LBC.
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You think its easy to open an account, order a gic tfsa, all online? Oaken was seamless.

Edit. I dont see any registration online, just email...
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Btw peoples trust has the same rate for both registered and non. 3%.
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Concentra is not a full direct to consumer bank. You will either have to email them and send documents to them digitally or by mail for this GIC. However, their staff are lovely to talk to and work with - sweet and honest true prairie Canadian folks out there.

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