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[HSBC] Hot - HSBC WE MC - 100k plus FYF

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Oct 24, 2010
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Ottawa
L4cky wrote: how is it not done online? we just answered those questions.. before we got sent to the branch
Perhaps they had an issue correctly identifying your Equifax file.
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Sep 26, 2007
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Gatineau
What can you use the 100$ on? I don't pay luggage with AC or WJ anyway.... Can you use it on regular stuff?
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Apr 29, 2008
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Montreal
ck01 wrote: What can you use the 100$ on? I don't pay luggage with AC or WJ anyway.... Can you use it on regular stuff?
Expedia works
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Sep 15, 2008
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Pawtucket
Thanks op. Got approved for 8k limit. Did not put SIN in application. Was asked some Equifax verification questions though.
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Oct 13, 2006
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Burnaby
DealHunterRFD wrote: How do you guys spend $5K in 180 days??
Property Tax, Home Insurance, Car Insurance, Internet/Phone Bill, Food, Gas...Large upcoming purchase

Even as a single person not hard and I applied for this one even with the CIBC and BMO 10% cash back promos cards that I just started.
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Sep 6, 2010
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Mars
amplified wrote: Property Tax, Home Insurance, Car Insurance, Internet/Phone Bill, Food, Gas...Large upcoming purchase

Even as a single person not hard and I applied for this one even with the CIBC and BMO 10% cash back promos cards that I just started.
I guess it helps if you have a car and a house lol
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May 12, 2014
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amplified wrote: Property Tax, Home Insurance, Car Insurance, Internet/Phone Bill, Food, Gas...Large upcoming purchase

Even as a single person not hard and I applied for this one even with the CIBC and BMO 10% cash back promos cards that I just started.
how do you pay property tax on a credit card? tnx in advance
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Oct 13, 2006
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Burnaby
switcheroo wrote: how do you pay property tax on a credit card? tnx in advance
Some cities offer it for a fee (1.75% for example) or you can use Paysimply or Plastiq. If you can time it right with a credit card offer you'll often come out ahead. Otherwise the default could be Triangle WE Mastercard offered by Canadian Tire.
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Dec 23, 2008
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Milton
amplified wrote: Property Tax, Home Insurance, Car Insurance, Internet/Phone Bill, Food, Gas...Large upcoming purchase

Even as a single person not hard and I applied for this one even with the CIBC and BMO 10% cash back promos cards that I just started.
gift cards purchased at groceries should also count.
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Aug 21, 2009
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North Vancouver
Thanks OP. I am trying to find out what 100 K in HBC points translates to in Costco gift cards. I went to rewards.hsbc.ca and it doesn't say what the conversion rate is, probably because I am not logged in and of course I can't do that right now. TIA.
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