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    For a free $50 RBC prepaid visa gift card, set up an appointment at an RBC branch to discuss your banking needs and how RBC is different than the other banks.

    No credit checks, no obligation, no cost. I did this earlier in the week and 20 minutes paid me $50.

    Offer expires Feb/15

    http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/open-an-...nge/index.html
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    http://www.ourbigfatwallet.com - Saving, Investing & Frugal Living

    Free Groceries! Use the referral code CRCAL-WESJAD at Spud.ca to get $20 off your first grocery order of $50 or more (a 40% savings)


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    Thanks

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    I love when banks do this!

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    Thank you!

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    Thanks you! Read the Legal Disclaimer in the blue section because there does seem to be a few conditions stipulated in order to claim the Visa card.

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    **You may qualify for a Free $50 Visa gift card if you bring in a non-RBC banking statement showing you are the owner of an active personal banking (also known as chequing) account with another Canadian financial institution and have one of our banking advisors perform a review of your personal banking needs. For the review, you agree to provide any personal and financial information we require.**
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    great share,thanks

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    Thanks for the info

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    I do not have an account with RBC...im assuming this promo is to attract customers to open an account with them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymonkey View Post
    I do not have an account with RBC...im assuming this promo is to attract customers to open an account with them?
    That's right. Basically RBC is trying to earn your business from the other banks. You need to provide proof of a checking account with another bank (ie. bank statement) as well as some personal info like name, address, etc. There is no cost and no obligation to sign up. The process is easy and I have already received my gift card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan in Canada View Post
    That's right. Basically RBC is trying to earn your business from the other banks. You need to provide proof of a checking account with another bank (ie. bank statement) as well as some personal info like name, address, etc. There is no cost and no obligation to sign up. The process is easy and I have already received my gift card.
    Awesome! Thank you for the heads up! :D

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    Thanks for this one. I did this today took about 30min. basically ask you about assets and liabilities. they however could not meet or beat my scotiabank account that waives my fees with a min balance. So I took the RBC challenge, beat them and got a $50 visa card

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    I did this last time around. I asked the RBC employee to show me how I could save money each money, and he went into a sales speech about $8/month coverage for a certain number of transactions, etc, etc, etc.....then he looked at my statement and said "How come you don't have any service fees with ScotiaBank?" I said "Because my mom worked at ScotiaBank for 35 years so I am grandfathered from paying fees." He said "I can't beat that. Here's your $50 gift card." Easiest $50 ever for 7 minutes of my time.
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