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1169 days ago

Review Icon Chalky reviewed Barclays in Banks:
Barclays doesn't have branches in the US, but you can open a savings account through them. It's 1% interest, which is amazing this day and age when most banks offer .01 or .05. It's a good bet.

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1180 days ago

I've noticed that people here are posing as Richard Nixon, Mark Linn-Baker, and Oscar Gamble among others. Seriously though, I've never thought of identity theft protection. It would be somewhat pointless as there's so much out there on the Internet....one would have to figure what the point was.

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1182 days ago

On nights when this turns out to be the best bet in the house, you know you're in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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1182 days ago

I could probably count on one hand the number of times I have rented a car. On the other hand I could count the number of times I've paid for the insurance and it would be the same number on both hands. I don't really know if the coverage is worth the cost, but considering that the rental has always been acquired while on an expensive vacation - Mexico, New Zealand, Yukon - I'm not going to roll the dice in order to save myself $9.95 a day.

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1182 days ago

I'm not sure if its available here. Given that the nearest earthquake that has ever been recorded near my house was over 300 miles away and it was barely perceptible, I can't imagine there is much need for it.

On second thought, given the risk of an earthquake here is statistically 0.00 percent, I'm surprised that insurers aren't flogging the hell out of it, with whipped up, fear mongering advertisements showing British Columbia, then Alberta, then Saskatchewan tumbling into the sea.

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