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Pay Your Bills Online Using CANADIAN TIRE MASTER CARD & Earn Cash Back/CT $$$ !!!

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crimsona wrote: I think Scotia has the option to, when I went to get my limit adjusted at the branch. The list went to super high levels. I have mine set at something like 5k per day and it's not the highest amount
Ok, what could their highest limit be on a debit card? Super strange. I'd feel safer doing it online than in store for those levels.

On a side note, maxed out the Cash Advantage for a third time this month. Now waiting for MBNA BT to happen to pay off the balance :lol:
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badsha wrote: interesting...how much can we pay the bill in-store using cash without raising red flags???
RichRFD wrote: I haven't done it myself, but check out the posts by @bizee-bee in this thread. I believe they start at #7099.
Just noticed I was tagged here, so I'll offer a belated reply.

Referring to my post #7099, it's here: pay-your-bills-online-using-canadian-ti ... #p32896242

From my rapid recollection, when I had a puny $2K limit, I had to go in and out of the Can Tire store with $2K cash, either 5x or 6x. Later years, when paying off NSLSC loans, my limit was up to $7K, so I went into a store just a couple of times, with cash/debit card, to clear the limit. As I mentioned before, I got a letter from CTFS, on behalf of the G-Man, asking me to provide proof on how I am able to fund my cash payments, but it was a simple form to fill out, and I just mentioned my income source info. It was just a formality, and not really a lot of money, relatively speaking. Not a big deal.
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titaniumtux wrote: maxed out the Cash Advantage for a third time this month.
Tux,

Give your unicorn a last ride today.

Feed her a luscious juicy apple, then sadly say goodbye.
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banker8 wrote: Tux,

Give your unicorn a last ride today.

Feed her a luscious juicy apple, then sadly say goodbye.
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You bet! Crossing fingers for smooth sailing 🤣 afterwards Green Day will ruin the deal unless their alarm doesn't work :lol:
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what debit card do you guys used to pay off the balance on your triangle MC?

I used scotia scenes points, but i wonder if stack prepaid , or koho, or some prepaid debit card works with some perks?
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L4cky wrote: what debit card do you guys used to pay off the balance on your triangle MC?

I used scotia scenes points, but i wonder if stack prepaid , or koho, or some prepaid debit card works with some perks?
No, none of those cards will work because they are prepaids.
Scene Visa Debit and BMO MasterCard Debit are NOT prepaids, and work off the Interac network, where the prepaids do not.

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Stack, KOHO and other prepaids are NOT co-badged, nor are they Interac cards.
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coolintheshade wrote: No, none of those cards will work because they are prepaids.
Scene Visa Debit and BMO MasterCard Debit are NOT prepaids, and work off the Interac network, where the prepaids do not.


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Stack, KOHO and other prepaids are NOT co-badged, nor are they Interac cards.
This. Also foreign Issued VISA/MC debit cards won't work, either.
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Scotia scene debit has no limit per transaction for points earned, but if you're opting for Scotia rewards, there's a cap of $1.5k per transaction and $3k per day (1 point per 5 bucks, so 0.2 percent rebate, combineable with Scotia gold and Scotia passport, 300 and 600 points respectively)

If I recall correctly the highest limit is 10k per transaction on Scotia debit, but that's how I found out about the Scotia rewards cap when I only received 300 points for a 10k transaction. I subsequently dropped my debit limit to 3k or something per day
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crimsona wrote: Scotia scene debit has no limit per transaction for points earned, but if you're opting for Scotia rewards, there's a cap of $1.5k per transaction and $3k per day (1 point per 5 bucks, so 0.2 percent rebate, combineable with Scotia gold and Scotia passport, 300 and 600 points respectively)

If I recall correctly the highest limit is 10k per transaction on Scotia debit, but that's how I found out about the Scotia rewards cap when I only received 300 points for a 10k transaction. I subsequently dropped my debit limit to 3k or something per day
so better pay 1500$ several times to earn max of 300 points?
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Big Yikes. Just paid a bill and typed in $2000 instead of $200 to property taxes. I am surprise CT bank don't have a cancel bill payment for situations like this. Now I am eagerly waiting for customer service to open and hopeful able to reverse that charge or else I will be $2000 in the hole.
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chriscalgary1 wrote: Big Yikes. Just paid a bill and typed in $2000 instead of $200 to property taxes. I am surprise CT bank don't have a cancel bill payment for situations like this. Now I am eagerly waiting for customer service to open and hopeful able to reverse that charge or else I will be $2000 in the hole.
You must have been in a rush, because after you put in the amount and click next you can still see the amounts and where its going before you "Pay Bills".
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chriscalgary1 wrote: Just paid a bill and typed in $2000 instead of $200 to property taxes.
Look on the bright side.

At least you won't have to pay it for the next 9 quarters Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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titaniumtux wrote: Inevitably, since debit cards won't allow scaling that high in a day...
Scotia and CIBC both will let you change limits.
Paid off my tuition with debit, called to raise my limits, was quick.
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Anyone know what exactly is the PAYEE name for Toronto Enbridge Gas Bill ? ...the CT MC list shown ENBRIDGE only and the list (someone provided the list) shown different. Confused.
Also like to know others too ...
Toronto Hydro ?
Toronto Property Tax ?
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