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  1. what was the best thing you used your clubcard points for?

    Posted by kareena2b, 21-05-20
    I have just been awarded some points, which was a great surprise and appreciated. Over the years I was able to change points to take my grankids out to Chessington Zoo, treat them to a meal and days...
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  2. Re: Well Done Tesco Clubpoints

    Posted by kareena2b, 21-05-20
    have to agree they have done good on that one, due to a very reduced income, I do not collect as many points as I used to, but have had a few meals, coach and train rides and even tickets for...
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  3. Re: COVID-19 Lockdown - Mental Health Impact

    Posted by kareena2b, 29-04-20
    is it that on average a male would be out working, so not used to being indoors with young children, whereas women tend to be with the children 24/7 and have a better coping mechanisim? What do...
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  4. How have you learnt about banking, financial management and the services provided and available

    Posted by kareena2b, 23-04-20
    At school (mid 70s) we were shown how to write out a cheque. We wasn't told how to get a bank account and credit cards were in their infancy. My first job was paid in cash in a little brown envelope,...
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  5. Re: Fraudulent credit card

    Posted by kareena2b, 23-04-20
    surely on the back of your card-it provides the number for lost/stolen card and whilst you may not have "lost" your card, your details have been "stolen". There is even a number if you are over...
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  6. Re: Is it good to go with mortgage loan insurance?

    Posted by kareena2b, 23-04-20
    not sure how it works where you are-but any insurance product/company should be compared to others reading all the clauses and small print. An arduous task. Why would you take out insurance to...
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  7. Re: Home Insurance Renewal Shock!!

    Posted by kareena2b, 23-04-20
    it is always a good idea to shop around a little time before any insurance renewal. Most insurances make their money from people that do not bother to do this, there are a few comparison sites that...
    2 Replies
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  8. Re: What does financial advisor even do?

    Posted by kareena2b, 23-04-20
    Thanks for your reply-but a bit too old for that now and you were lucky, I saw my endowment policy reduce to a negative value, as did others. Best thing I did was to get out of the pension plan and...
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  9. Re: What does financial advisor even do?

    Posted by kareena2b, 22-04-20
    I think the average person may not have a need for a financial advisor and I am sure they are viewed as an expensive non requirement, unless you have lots of money to invest, or require advise on...
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  10. Re: Visit from TV Licencing Police

    Posted by kareena2b, 22-04-20
    if there is a next time-do not open the door. By opening the door, you are causing yourself undue stress. Also I am sure you are aware, but for others, there is a proposal that a fee would be added...
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    563 Views

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