Check out the top payment options at online casinos

KNOW YOUR ONLINE PAYMENT OPTIONS SO YOU’RE NOT LEFT IN THE DARK   Having a payment method that is fast, reliable and secure is a top priority for any gambler, and being able to make quick and easy deposits at online casinos goes a long way in making your online gambling experience wholesome and fulfilling. While there are a number of payment options available out there, it’s important that you pick a trusted option that keeps your money safe, while simultaneously being fast and easy to operate. Here we’ve compiled a list of the top payment methods at online casinos that are recommended Casino Payment Methods in the industry.   Visa   Visa is one of the most popular means of making payments since when the first casinos started popping up on the internet. On account of its popularity Visa has become a globally accepted payment method, and offers users a safe and reliable payment ecosystem through its extensive fraud protection policies. In addition, Visa users have the option of choosing from the several online casinos that accept Visa for online payments, and can deposit large amounts in a single go. With Visa you can Sail through online gambling with […]

Worried about making online payments? Here’s why PayPal is the perfect solution

PayPal is easily among the biggest online payment systems across the world. Today, PayPal is accepted as a safe and reliable payment gateway by customers and merchants over the internet, and has become an accepted payment method at several online casinos. PayPal’s efficient and reliable model has made it an accepted payment method at several top online casinos like Betway, Jackpot City, Spin Palace and Leo Vegas. Here you can click for more information about the casinos that accept PayPal for deposits and withdrawals. Below we’ve compiled a list of the biggest advantages of using PayPal, and after going through them you’re likely to start using it for all your online transactions. Since starting Canadian Budget Binder I’ve used PayPal services for this blog and now personal purchases. What I love about is that it’s instant and most online shopping outlets accept it. It’s also safe and verifies their customers which is a big deal for those people who worry about online purchases.   Credit card security   While creating a PayPal account, you’re required to enter the details of your credit card and bank account, with which you can make payments online. After entering these details for the first […]

Everything You Need To Know About Porting A Mortgage In Canada: The Saturday Weekend Review #241

IT’S WORTH KNOWING THE INS AND OUTS OF YOUR MORTGAGE   It’s true and certainly something to always be mindful of, “It’s not about how much money you make, it’s how you save it.” When it comes to porting a mortgage in Canada, there are some things like interest rates that you need to factor into the equation, and we will cover these in detail in this article. Homeowners in Canada, and potential homeowners are faced with many important questions when it comes to mortgages. We are living through interesting times with respect to interest rates. The Fed is expected to raise rates further before the end of 2017, the Bank of England is clearly on a similar trajectory, and in time the European Central Bank will move away from quantitative easing towards quantitative tightening. What does this mean for mortgage holders around the world?   The Canadian Economic Scene   In Canada, the current bank rate is 1%. The BOC (Bank of Canada) decided to maintain the overnight rates when it met on Wednesday, 21 October 2017. The Bank of Canada forecasts that inflation will hit 2% by Q2 2018, later than economists projected. In 2017, real GDP grew […]

5 Point Checklist For Hosting A Successful Moving Sale : The Saturday Weekend Review #233

NOT ALL SALES ARE EQUAL ESPECIALLY WHEN SELLING YOUR BELONGINGS.   Whether you’ve lived in a house for one year or 25 years you will accumulate stuff that gets shoved away in a dark corner and collects dust. We all do it unless you’re an extreme minimalist which wouldn’t be so bad for some people who can’t stop shopping for stuff to fill up their home. It’s after you are ready to move house and de-clutter for your first moving sale that memories and things start popping up. Then you have to make decisions about these items and sometimes selling or donating memories can be the hardest thing to do. Two questions pop into my head when I find stuff I haven’t used, we haven’t used or won’t use; Did we spend our money to buy it? Should we sell it or donate it? If it wasn’t our money then we don’t have to worry about a loss because we didn’t fork out the cash for it. Do you sell the stuff or do you take it with you? This is a question you need to ask yourself or sit as a family and discuss before even beginning to think […]

5 Ways To Save Money By Using A Credit Card

CREDIT CARDS ARE MORE THAN JUST A BACK-UP PLAN!   There’s no doubt you need to be careful with credit cards. There are people of all ages throughout Canada struggling with credit card debt in the thousands or tens of thousands. And if you start missing payments, your credit score will be in danger, which will affect your ability to acquire assets and may even limit your employment options. Related: How to avoid turning $1 into a $29 Credit Card fee However, credit cards are not inherently bad. Money mismanagement is, and the two don’t necessarily go hand in hand. If you are conscientious about how you use your money, you can actually save money by taking advantage of credit cards. Instead of battling to pay installments, you can live the lifestyle you choose without letting the debt ever get out of hand. There are multiple ways to save money using a credit card. These are 5 of the most effective.   1. Transfer your balance to a 0% APR credit card   If you are already carrying credit card debt, there is a simple way to get out of paying crippling interest. Many credit card companies offer a 0% […]

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