Have you thought of switching banks? Whether you have thought about this idea or not, you should be aware that you can save thousands of dollars on doing just that. In this video guide with Carsten O. Five, he tells you that we Norwegians are far too loyal when it comes to choosing a bank. It is often still the case that the choice of bank is governed by what our father or grandfather used. Nevertheless, it is very wise to know that there is a lot of money to be saved in choosing the bank that is right for you!
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Five tells you useful tips and advice on how to save thousands of dollars by choosing the bank that is right for you. After watching this video, you should also know that we have previously written a number of articles on this topic that you can read more about. First, you get started with the video below by pressing the play button. Don’t miss out on these great tips!
Today, it is easy to change your bank if you move over the most common banking services. An opportunity to switch banks is of course to pick services from several banks, as seen from what you need. Nevertheless, one should be aware that some banks may have prices that depend on having more services in the same bank, therefore there are benefits programs and total customer terms that normally become more favorable in pricing than when purchasing individual services.
Each user can have multiple Redcoin addresses because they do not need personal information
But Redcoin keeps all the information about each transfer in its transaction log, called a block chain. All people can see exactly how many Redcoins there are at a given address. It is possible to over-focus on your Redcoin address by using multiple addresses and not transferring all the money to a single Redcoin address. As mentioned above, Redcoin transfers take a couple of minutes and there is no commission charged for this transaction, as happens with banks. Redcoin transfers are irreversible decisions. Once the money has been transferred to an address, it can no longer be recovered unless the recipient remits it.