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Forex with Brim Mastercard

For the purposes of avoiding forex fees, I reluctantly applied for the Brim Mastercard. I currently have the Scotia Passport Visa but I want to get rid of it because I don't really make use of the lounge passes. Therefore it's not worth it.
Brim reserves the right to set their own forex rate, thus hiding possible forex fees.
I asked them about it today on the phone. They said they're still working on setting their own rates but nothing has been decided yet and no decision has even been made if they will go through with it or not. For now they said they're going with the Mastercard rate.
Does anyone possibly work for Brim or have more info? With the changes to the Rogers world elite card and avoiding the annual fee, I feel Brim is my only option.
I also don't want a prepaid card like Stack.
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[HSBC] HSBC World Elite Mastercard, FYF, 40K in Pts >$3k Spend, No ForEx Fee, $100 Travel Credit

Deal Link
Expiry: March 9, 2020
Retailer: HSBC
HSBC finally has the FYF deal back.
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Brim 0% Forex Fee will NOT use Mastercard's rate

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Prepaid Mastercard 'STACK' - no fees, 0% forex, will cover <$10.99/mo subscription fee for Netflix, Spotify, or TIDAL for 12 mo (~$130 net + 0% forex) with $50 minimum load

Prepaid Mastercard 'STACK' - no fees, 0% forex, will cover <$10.99/mo subscription fee for Netflix, Spotify, or TIDAL for 12 mo (~$130 net + 0% forex) with $50 minimum load submitted by theleverage to churningcanada [link] [comments]

Ruby Card is pointless for fiat topups in australia.

So i made a post a few weeks back about the top up structure here and it was met with some pretty heavy resistance of people saying there was no fee's for topping up with fiat.
I have now received my card and want to inform everyone that there IS TOP UP FEEs at least in australia.
There is a 1% fee for using a credit card to top up, so that's 1% cashback gone and then since you can only initially buy the currency in Singapore dollars rather then australian your bank will seem to charge you extra for that too.
If i put $100 AUD worth of fiat in my topup for my card, i pay $106.40 and the exchange rate is 102 AUD for $100 SPD.
So if i use this for fiat i'm litrally losing money everytime i want to use this, not to mention CRO price is tanking so i'm losing even more money from the cashbacks.

This may actually be the most pointless card for the australian market, it's only benefit is to just get it and only use it for spotify rebate.

I tried the revolut work around but it doesn't seem to work anymore.

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Traveling to Mexico - Forex Kiosk at airport OR Reloadable Travel Mastercard?

For a vacation to Mexico, it's an all-inclusive resort, so I don't plan to spend much money, but there is always "something" that requires payment. So maybe in the range of $CAD 400.
Am I better off using the Forex kiosk at the airport to change $CAD 400 to MXN.... and then when coming back changing MXN back to CAD?
Or should I get those Mastercard/Visa Reloadable Travel cards from Post Office?
On the travel card, there is a $15 purchase fee, plus other fees for reloading or withdrawing in cash. However the benefit is that when you have a currency loaded onto the card, if you don't have enough of the right currency, it will autoconvert for free (exchange rate applies).
So if I come back with $CAD350 worth of MXN left on the card, I can just use the card in Canada for a regular purchase, and it will autoconvert the remainder of MXN to CAD. (Or so I think).
Meanwhile, I am not even sure what the exchange fees are at a Forex kios at the airport... but I am sure they are not favorable.
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MasterCard and VISA crack down on offshore forex brokers

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The main events of the week: MasterCard and VISA impose restrictions on Forex cards, cryptocurrencies and ICO. See our report for other useful updates.

The main events of the week: MasterCard and VISA impose restrictions on Forex cards, cryptocurrencies and ICO. See our report for other useful updates.
We present to you the report filed by the analysts of our closed club for October 15–22.
Main market events
1) One of the world’s largest asset management companies, Fidelity Investments, announced the launch of a Bitcoin and Ethereum trading platform for institutional investors in early 2019.
2) MasterCard and VISA are imposing restrictions on card payments in underregulated and risky companies from such areas as Forex, binary options, cryptocurrency and ICO. MasterCard promised to do it next Monday, VISA — in December.
3) Users who lost their funds when a Singapore-based WEX exchange disabled the withdrawals decided to team up to take up the matter with the Russian police.
4) Barclays Investment Bank froze the launch of its crypto-trading project. The reason for that was not disclosed.
5) Sony will develop a blockchain for its written data copyright management system.
6) A new version of the Parity Signer app has been released, which allows turning old phones into crypto-wallets. It can also double as a security system on MyCrypto platform and MyCrypto wallet.
7) In Tolyatti, at the AvtoVAZ enterprise, a cryptocurrency mining farm was discovered. Since 2017, the farm has stolen 600,000 rubles worth of electricity from the enterprise, and mined over 1.2 million rubles worth of bitcoins.
8) By the end of the fall, the blockchain platform Telegram Open Network (TON) will be launched in test mode. The development of protocols, the mechanism of smart contracts and the TON blockchain network is almost complete.
9) Bithumb has officially opened a decentralized exchange. Until October 15, users will get a chance to run fee-free transactions and participate in the airdrop. Also, 1,000 most active traders will receive 500 ETH from Bithumb.
10) A New Zealand developer managed to send Bitcoin 12 kilometers away using four goTenna devices and a $30 Android phone without Internet connection, cellular communication or electricity.
11) Bitcoin Core developer Jimmy Song claims that EOS is a scam, and Ethereum is an amateur project. He is very enthusiastic about Bitcoin though.
12) Crypto enthusiasts caught American Express promoting articles criticizing Bitcoin. The American financial company that issues credit and payment cards, as well as traveler’s cheques, promoted a Twitter post of a Bloomberg TicToc news account with the title “The crypto industry is using more energy than all the world’s electric vehicles”.
13) Chief strategic officer of Ripple Cory Johnson claims that the administration of US President Donald Trump is concerned that China is a world leader in mining of cryptocurrency.
14) The head of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation Elvira Nabiullina stated that Russia has started forming a sound attitude to cryptocurrency.
15) On November 5, the USA will auction 660 BTC, which were seized by law enforcement agencies earlier.
Market analysis from club experts for October 15–22, 2018
The last week proved to be really good for many holders, despite the fact that BTC failed to grow over the week. Though Monday was surprising with its USDT rally. However, the things evened out later and no turmoil was observed over the week. After a huge $17 billion fall on Monday, the total capitalization climbed back to its usual level of $209–211 billion by Monday evening, where it remained until the end of the week. Monday’s trading volumes doubled due to active exchange of altcoins and the BTC, and then things got stable again: $22 billion on Monday, $10–12 billion by the end.
BTC dominated the market at 54% mark, a shift in the share would mean a change in the interests of traders, but this has not been the case so far. Price for 1 BTC grew from $6,300 to $6,800 (on some exchanges, the price reached $7,860) in a matter of hours, then bounced back to $6,450- $6,550 and remained around that mark until the end of the week ($6,515 at the time of the report). This spike in the BTC price was due to a well-planned campaign against the USDT. Persistent rumors about Bitfinex issues, idle wallets due to kernel updates, fake Tweet from Binance — all this resulted in short-sighted holders rushing to change USDT to BTC at any price — that of course just happened to skyrocket. If you are a trader, cool head and lack of emotion shall be your default state. If you are a long-term investor, stick with BTC and reliable altcoins. Second-guessing is not a good idea now! The silver lining is almost there!
TOP-3 growing coins from the long-term portfolio for October 15–22, 2018 (including portfolio updates) The fastest-growing coins for the last week: BAT + 52% (updates and rumors), Mysterium MYST + 34% (high-quality updates), Elastic XEL + 30% (major updates).
Changes in the cost and capitalization of the TOP-10 cryptocurrencies in October 15–22, 2018.
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What will be the consequences of the restrictions MasterCard and VISA imposed on card payments in areas likes Forex, binary options, cryptocurrencies and ICO?

What will be the consequences of the restrictions MasterCard and VISA imposed on card payments in areas likes Forex, binary options, cryptocurrencies and ICO?
Answers from Golden Island analysts
The official statement of MasterCard means that all companies that operate without a license and which activities do not require a license, or the companies which partake in such transactions, fall into the category of “high-risk securities traders”.
This implies a more through control of transactions and an increase in the time required for executing the chargeback up to 540 days from the moment of the actual transfer.
Thus, clients of brokerage companies, which are poorly regulated by law, will be forced to rely entirely on bank money transfers or use alternative payment systems.
Payment by card is the most popular way to purchase cryptocurrency. According to a study by the payment operator Worldcare, 57% of digital currency were purchased using bank cards: 21% with credit cards and 36% with debit cards.
This payment method is popular as it allows acquiring digital currencies in real time, while transfers from bank accounts or current ACHs in the US take several days.
Payment operators now treat the purchase of cryptocurrencies as “cash withdrawals”, which allowed banks and card issuers to charge additional fees — on average 5%.
In addition, each financial institution has the right to set its own fees. In addition, there are no interest-free grace periods for these kinds of operations, unlike for other purchases with cards, and interest rates can reach 25.99%.
It should be noted that payment operators have introduced new regulations for all cryptocurrency exchanges that accept card payments. New fees for cryptocurrency transactions demonstrate the usurious approach of the payment giants.
Cryptocurrency cards should have become another source of income, but at the beginning of the year, the European branch of Visa suddenly discontinued service of prepaid debit bitcoin cards issued by the Gibraltar-based financial company WaveCrest, which took a toll on its clients — cryptocurrency payment services like CryptoPay, BitPay, Bitwala, TenX, Wirex and others.
They had no choice but to return the money to users. The news had a negative impact on the cost of the tokens of above services. The representatives of Visa noted back then that “they are not targeting the entire crypto industry”.
Visa discontinued the service in early January of this year, when the entire cryptocurrency world experienced an incredible boom and emergence of new investors in digital currencies.
But what happened next? If we take a look at this development, we can see that by ceasing cooperation with the then leader of the cryptocurrency cards WaveCrest, Visa did not write off the cryptocurrencies, but only slowed down the development of crypto-fiat transactions in order to buy some time for regulators to analyze this industry, and for new projects to enter the market with much more transparent and coherent proposals.
It should be noted that while MasterCard does not favor private cryptocurrencies, the company shows a high interest in the blockchain and regularly submits patent applications describing the use of technology to resolve various business processes. And the head of Visa openly stated that the company might collaborate with BTC in the future.
All this points to one thing — old giants find it difficult to navigate their way in a rapidly changing market. And, despite the current superiority in the client base and capitalization, those who fail to realize the potential and grasp it in time will be absorbed by more flexible competitors. In the meantime, we are seeing a foul play by the payment systems!
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For Canadian Clients of VantageFX (or Canadian Forex Traders in General)

As you likely already know, VantageFX will no longer service Canadians residents as of Nov 30th. This is unfortunate, since VantageFX has done an excellent job serving Canadian clients with higher leverage account options from a well regulated and trusted broker.
Through contacts in the industry, we've been made aware of a new retail account offering at Pacific Union. Pacific Union has a good history of servicing institutional accounts and has only just started taking on retail clients, but they are positioned to service the Canadian clients in the space that VantageFX has left behind.
Further, we were made aware of Pacific Union first by contacts at VantageFX, and then this recommendation was backed up by a trusted source who works closely with both companies.
Again, to be very clear, this post isn't to give undue attention to some random broker.. we are providing this info because Pacific Union is a proper alternative for Canadian based traders that will no longer be serviced by VantageFX.
On that note, I've updated the wiki to include Pacific Union Prime -
Subreddit's Canadian Brokers Wiki Page
The only major difference I have noticed so far is lacking MT5, but the word is that Pacific Union will be reviewing MT5 and other enhancements to their offing next quarter after they get past the launch of their retail offering.
Key highlights from my perspective:
Remember, going offshore means you lose CIPF protection on funds, so a well vetted and properly regulated broker is a must!
UPDATE #1: Oct 6th: Took this post off sticky and redacted some info as the connection between VantageFX and Pacific Union Prime was not "official". Pacific Union is still a great alternative / replacement for Canadian clients seeing higher leverage accounts and who are no longer serviced after VantageFX left Canada.
UPDATE #2, Oct 8th: Adjusted this thread again to best reflect where Pacific Union Prime fits with VantageFX and former Canadian VantageFX cleints.
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Aussie users

Who here is an Australian user of the app?
What’s your opinion on the app and the cards associated with it?
New user here and just wondering how everyone in Australia rates this service over the rest of the available apps
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Does forex conversion rate vary for brand of card within the same bank?

Is it possible for BDO to charge foreign currency expenses differently based on the brand of card used? According to the general credit card table of fees & charges “assessment rate of 1% plus service fee of 1.5% of the converted amount based on the forex rate of visa/mastercard/etc and BDO at the time of posting”, while the amex table says “a conversion factor of 2.5% will be applied to the converted amount, of which 1% is retained by amex”. Are they different or are they essentially the same thing just worded differently? Thank you.
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Rogers World Elite - Massive Devaluation coming June 2
1.5% on everything, 3% on US dollar (not forex), $15000 minimum annual spend
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Help!!! How to do forex from India?

Hello guys, can some one show me the right way to do forex ( other than INR pairs) from India. I have been doing a demo with a broker called pepper stone for the past 8 months and I have found reasonable returns with it on the demo and I now want to move to real account starting with $200. My question is most brokers accept deposit via any MasterCard or visa and that’s easy but what about the withdrawal will there be any problems in getting money from my forex account in to my india account. Then will there be a situation where the bank can block my transaction. Also any issues I will face with our govt regulations and taxation. People who have done this before please help ....
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Rogers Bank neutered their Platinum MasterCard. Is there another card with good foreign currency benefits?

I knew about the reduction in cash back for foreign currency, but I didn't realize that they completely eliminated cash back for currencies other than USD. That's the end for me. The card no longer has any use that can't be served by either my PC Financial World Elite, or RBC Rewards Gold. However, if there is another card that does cash back (or even just no exchange fees) on foreign currencies, I'd be interested in that.
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Rogers Bank MC taking away foreign currency cashback?

Just read on the website that they're changing their terms AGAIN in June, and now there is no longer 3% cash back on foreign currency??? Now it's only 1% for all other purchases other than recurring payments and Fido/Rogers products for the FIDO mastercard, and the ROGERS one is 3% on US dollars only...(Even the World Elite one is 4% USD only wtf) UGH.... So ridiculous. There is literally no more incentive for me to use this card now T_T Any other alternative cards out there that covers the 2.5% foreign currency fee? Looking into Brim's Mastercard now?
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Where to change dollars?

Does ica accept dollars? Can I change dollars with banks?
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Someone help me with account funding/oppening (europe)

Hello fellow traders, can anyone please help me out with how to fund my IBKR account? I live in Serbia and its almost impossible to open up account with any broker that does options trading, so IBKR accepted my registration, but the problem is, here in Serbia you cant wire foreign currencies from your accout to any account abroad without the provided reciept of services from the reciever (IBKR).
Also I have problem opening up any online bank, because most of them do not accept cliens from Serbia as of yet. I have foreign currencie account in my bank and also mastercard funded with EUR and USD, but IBKR does not accept fransfers from mastercard.
I really want to start trading options because i have experience with paper trading for over 6 months and also I trade forex quite succesfully, and i would love to use some of the most interesting strategies like spreads, and covered calls/puts (the wheel) etc. Simply put i find options far more interesting than forex but thats just a small digresion.
If anyone can help me out please let me know.
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Most economical way of paying off student loan from overseas.

I searched through this subreddit and was surprised to see this hasn't been discussed at much length (or I am bad at searching).
I am living overseas in Canada and am being charged 3.5% interest on my student loan balance so I'd like to now start paying it off ASAP.
From what I can see there are a number of possible methods for paying off a student loan from overseas:
I put together a quick table summarizing my options, calculated at 07:00 EDT - 9/8/20. Some things to note:
Method Fee Send Amount (CAD) Recieve Amount (NZD) Notes
TransferWise $8.79 $891.60 $1,000.00
Western Union $0.00 $908.30 $1,000.00
Orbit Remit $0.00 --- --- CAD Not Available
XE $0.00 ? $1,000.00 Website Down
OFX $0.00 $887.67 $1,000.00
Credit Card $0.00 $896.33 $1,000.00
Credit Card $12.72 $909.05 $1,000.00 IRD Convenience fee included (1.42%)​
Direct Debit $0.00 $904.10 $1,000.00
I have a few questions:
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RapiPay announces collaboration with Maximus for Micro-ATM services

RapiPay announces collaboration with Maximus for Micro-ATM services
RapiPay Fintech Pvt. Ltd., owned by the listed Capital India Finance Ltd., has recently launched Micro-ATM services through collaboration with Maximus as the technology service provider (TSP).
RapiPay has a network of over one lakh agents (merchants/shopkeepers) to provide Banking and Financial Services across India, especially in the hinterland of the country. As a business correspondent of multiple banks, RapiPay aims to address the major issue of lack of ready access to banking services in smaller towns through a comprehensive, digitized banking service enablement program. The company holds a prepaid payment instrument license from RBI and offers remittances, Micro-ATM, AePS and bill payment services to millions of end consumers through its agents who are called RapiPay Saathis.
Maximus, as the technology partner, offers the entire digital rails to RapiPay to enable the latter to penetrate newer segments and offer essential financial services to customers near their doorstep. Maximus uses cutting-edge technology to engineer unique financial and payment products and offers these as hosted services. Maximus has the widest range of digital and card-based solutions among service providers and its customer footprint encompasses banks, payment companies and service providers across ten countries.

Micro-ATM services
Yogendra Kashyap, CEO, RapiPay stated “We are delighted to partner with Maximus for technology services for the Micro-ATM. Micro-ATM service is an important leg of our fintech journey. While we already provide ATM cash withdrawals through AePS (Aadhaar-enabled Payment Systems), with launch of our Micro-ATM handheld devices, we are taking the Micro-ATM and fintech industry to the next level.”
V. Shankar. Founder & CEO of Maximus added “The RapiPay Micro-ATM project involved building customized interfaces between our Switch and RapiPay’s middleware. In addition to transaction processing, we are providing sophisticated, automation-driven reconciliation and dispute management support, with up-to-date information available on intuitive dashboards. There is a strong intersection of interests between RapiPay and Maximus and we will continuously evolve to fulfil the digital vision of RapiPay through our innovatively engineered solutions. We are delighted that RapiPay has chosen Maximus for its technology platforms.”
About CIFL (RapiPay’s parent company)
RapiPay Fintech Pvt. Ltd. is a subsidiary of Capital India Finance Limited (CIFL), which is an India-focused, well capitalised and less leveraged NBFC. CIFL focusses on providing customised financial solutions to Mid-corporates and SMEs for their growth and working capital requirements. CIFL provides home loans in affordable segment through its HFC, Capital India Home Loans. Its fintech wing is RapiPay, which provides remittances and Micro= ATM services. Recently, CIFL has forayed into forex business by the name of RapiPay.
About Maximus Infoware (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Established in 2007, Maximus offers omni channel solutions for the BFSI, Transit, Smart Cities, Retail and Telecom sectors. Its EFT switching, digital payments, reconciliation, fraud & risk management and cash management solutions use innovative technologies and are state-of-the-art. The product portfolio of the company covers full digital payment, assisted payment and card-based payment rails for Rupay, VISA, MasterCard and other international schemes. Maximus delivers unparalleled service levels to its customers spread across ten countries under both hosted and on-premise deployment models. Its payment products are PA-DSS certified and the IT processing infrastructure is PCI-DSS and ISO/IEC 27001:13001 certified.
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OmegaPro became a pioneer in online trading

OmegaPro became a pioneer in online trading
Omega Pro
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OmegaPro Ecosystem comprises of OMP Banking, Trading, Referrals and Charity.
Managing money is a very big task these days, Omega helps you to do all this with just a click. Mastercards and Visa by Omega makes shopping and using your money easier than ever before.
The OmegaPro ecosystem allows you to manage your online finances with OMP Money, send or receive payouts, use your prepaid card, deposit and withdraw money using a various options.

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OmegaPro also offers a variety of great account options for all our clients. Whatever your trading experience, beginner or expert, our next-generation trading platform can easily be tailored to suit your needs and financial goals. Customized options for spending funds as organized as possible.
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We are globally renowned with thousandths of customer bases and clientele spread all over the country. It is an easy and convenient method to spend and manage your funds. We believe in integrity and satisfying our customers is a very big detail we pay attention to. We thrive on changing the trends, increasing business and audience in order to do better than anyone else in the same sector.
A very attractive UI/UX interface makes using the services of Omega fun and even better to use.
OmegaPro partnering with OMP Money gives unique opportunities and services for our clients and makes it easier than ever to use your earnings from your trading and improve your life, wherever you are.
Our flexible partnership program comes with a host of competitive benefits and enables you to introduce your clients to our exceptional trading experience while increasing your revenue at the same time.
Our clients can now create their own bank accounts with OMP Money and gain direct access to their funds at OmegaPro and also connect it to a Mastercard provided by the bank.
Through its referral system. OmegaPro gives you the ability to earn by referring clients to the OmegaPro trading platform. OmegaPro team has developed a partner portal for transparency of your referred clients. “Giving back part of our profits as a company to the communities that have believed in us as a company has been an important keystone for our business since the beginning. Our charity foundations are widely spread throughout Latin America to South East Asia.” says Dilawar Singh, CNO of Omegapro.
“We are excited to see the impressive positive response from the market for OmegaPro Ecosystem“, says Andreas Szakacs CEO of Omegapro. “We plan to take this initiative ahead and provide the best service and value to our customers.” says Andrea Szakacs.
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