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[Wealthsimple] Get $500 when you refer 3 friends to Wealthsimple!

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Get $500 when you refer 3 friends to Wealthsimple!

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April 12, 2019
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Wealthsimple
Received this email from Wealthsimple some time ago, noticed that it hasn't been posted yet.

Our winter referral bonus is here! Now you can earn $500 for inviting your friends to Wealthsimple.
To earn the $500 bonus:
1. Invite friends to save or invest with Wealthsimple between now and April 12th, 2019.
2. If 3 (or more) friends sign up and make a minimum deposit of $250 before the deadline, we'll put $500 into your account after April 12th, 2019.
It's a win-win: you get $500 added to your Wealthsimple account and you'll both get $10,000 managed free for a year.
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Dec 24, 2017
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How come thumbs down? I'm new to this and would appreciate the perspective
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Jan 6, 2013
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JONQUIERE
Well I think I can help you with this.
Although the application is quite well made and simple to use, I would see a reason for the thumbs down.
''Referral links''
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brunomarie wrote:
Feb 25th, 2019 1:20 pm
Well I think I can help you with this.
Although the application is quite well made and simple to use, I would see a reason for the thumbs down.
''Referral links''
There’s no referral link in this thread.
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Well in that case I do not see the reason. I myself am a user and I enjoy the app. I switched from MYLO which was always problematic. The reference bonus is quite good if you ask me and you get more latitude for having a higher amount placed without fees. But hey, what do I know :)
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Pretty good deal if you can find 3 friends to sign up. Have had decent returns with them too, definitely cheaper and better than any mutual fund product if you are too lazy to self-invest in ETFs then this is the simple solution
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joekdo wrote:
Feb 25th, 2019 2:43 pm
Pretty good deal if you can find 3 friends to sign up. Have had decent returns with them too, definitely cheaper and better than any mutual fund product if you are too lazy to self-invest in ETFs then this is the simple solution
I would say Wealthsimple is good when starting to invest. As you become more experienced you should open a Wealthsimple Trade account.

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Sep 26, 2018
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I have been using Wealthsimple for investing for the past 2 months and I love it. I literally had no investments until I started using this, it makes everything very smooth and easy.
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How easy is it to get your money/investment back out once you collect the $500 bonus
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haranzo wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 2:34 am
Can u refer family or spouse?
Yes, as long as they dont already have an account.
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Been with WS for a little more than a year, smooth and easy transition. Just deposit money and let it do it's own thing.

All good for people who are new to investing or want to invest but don't want to deal with rebalancing their portfolio. They also offer different ways to allow free money management (download app, transfer account from another financial institution etc)

Think once you get the hang of it and want to DIY, quest trade would be the next move
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asdisme wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 10:26 am
Been with WS for a little more than a year, smooth and easy transition. Just deposit money and let it do it's own thing.

All good for people who are new to investing or want to invest but don't want to deal with rebalancing their portfolio. They also offer different ways to allow free money management (download app, transfer account from another financial institution etc)

Think once you get the hang of it and want to DIY, quest trade would be the next move
Wealthsimple Trade would be the next move. (wait until they have TFSAs and RRSPs)

https://www.wealthsimple.com/en-ca/product/trade
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