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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Oluwatosin2000: 12:11am On Aug 06, 2020
Mr atutupoyoyo, how can I mail you? My mail is oladapooluwatosin1@gmail.com
I wanna make inquiries please �
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by onyexx: 9:42am On Aug 06, 2020
Kekereekun123:
use aboki fx. Bought from hand to hand 310 last week and 330 yesterday.

From who please? Mind sharing his/her contact via PM?
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by adwal2020: 2:10pm On Sep 29, 2020
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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Luckybelt: 11:54pm On Oct 16, 2020
Yeanca:
Good evening all,

Do you know anyone that has travelled to Canada before on work and live package via an agent

Thanks for a quick response
my friend did. travelled via school and later brought her kids, almost 2 years now. The agent charges 200k naira, im also using the agent currently.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Miraj22(f): 11:14am On Oct 17, 2020
Are there jobs for graphic designers or ui/ux designers there?? Like how much do they earn
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Decline: 6:13pm On Oct 17, 2020
Luckybelt:

my friend did. travelled via school and later brought her kids, almost 2 years now. The agent charges 200k naira, im also using the agent currently.
Please don't believe this scanners moving from threads in nairaland travel section looking for who have issues and then take advantage. Stay away from them

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Luckybelt: 7:20pm On Oct 17, 2020
Decline:

Please don't believe this scanners moving from threads in nairaland travel section looking for who have issues and then take advantage. Stay away from them
i should not believe something to happen to my neighbour or what?
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by MrTeeo: 11:15am On Oct 18, 2020
Luckybelt:

i should not believe something to happen to my neighbour or what?

This your English just gave you away.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by omoyeni37: 5:25pm On Oct 19, 2020
Nnamz:
Google job bank and indeed
I sent you a PM, my number is zero eight one 25133764

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Luckybelt: 6:49pm On Oct 19, 2020
Luckybelt:

my friend did. travelled via school and later brought her kids, almost 2 years now. The agent charges 200k naira, im also using the agent currently.
My neighbour travelled via an agent and i am also using the agent.
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by SlowlybtSurely: 9:53pm On Oct 19, 2020
Luckybelt:

My neighbour travelled via an agent and i am also using the agent.

Not your friend anymore? undecided

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by LadyJasper: 1:47pm On Oct 20, 2020
SlowlybtSurely:


Not your friend anymore? undecided
� you just dey follow this agent bumper to bumper.
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by LordAA(m): 3:39pm On Oct 20, 2020
atutupoyoyo2211:
i did have 2 jobs, but i had no overtime on any of them, just regular hours. But like you said, the society one lives in matters a lot. I love Nigeria, but trust me, as a shell contract staff, i put in a lot of work, and transportation alone from island to mainland gulped about 5 extra unpaid hours in my day, and then you go back home to no light, noise from generator, security issues, LASMA, road safety, and SARS. No matter how we look at it, no matter the tax, no matter the bills, the peace of mind in a civilized country outside Nigeria can never be overemphasized.

Please from your experience what is the best bank for saving in Canada.
Thank you
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Luckybelt: 4:59pm On Oct 21, 2020
SlowlybtSurely:


Not your friend anymore? undecided
what s the difference btw neighbour and friend?

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kike100: 12:17am On Oct 22, 2020
Yes there are ..from 70k upwards depending on experience. You can check indeed.ca for an idea too.

Miraj22:
Are there jobs for graphic designers or ui/ux designers there?? Like how much do they earn
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kike100: 12:22am On Oct 22, 2020
Nothing like best bank here jare, all offering almost same. Usually new immigrants take advantage of what any of the banks are offering at the moment. E.g RBC will give iPad abi iPod, Scotiabank will do free 1yr banking no charges etc

LordAA:


Please from your experience what is the best bank for saving in Canada.
Thank you

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by LordAA(m): 6:09am On Oct 22, 2020
kike100:
Nothing like best bank here jare, all offering almost same. Usually new immigrants take advantage of what any of the banks are offering at the moment. E.g RBC will give iPad abi iPod, Scotiabank will do free 1yr banking no charges etc

Thanks a lot
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by overseasnbeyond: 4:28pm On Nov 10, 2020
I feel great in another year, after 2 years of filling got my 10 years green card and still holding on to my job.
It is indeed God's favour, ready to starts filling for my kids now. don't relent in your struggle guys
it can only get better everyday.

overseasnbeyond:



You dont need to sleep at place of work to get that shit bruh!!
My hours last year was 5010hrs
My W2 is $89,100 and my job still pay $20,000 to my retirement account.
Unless you lazy from naija.
Ypu will not fit in america

Oya yoi want see my pay check?

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 5:59pm On Nov 10, 2020
overseasnbeyond:
I feel great in another year, after 2 years of filling got my 10 years green card and still holding on to my job.
It is indeed God's favour, ready to starts filling for my kids now. don't relent in your struggle guys
it can only get better everyday.

Congratulations Man
I wish you success and luck in every of your endeavors
Expect me there any time soon grin
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by overseasnbeyond: 7:02pm On Nov 10, 2020
Amen , i will surely help in any way i can do .
Trust me you got a job once you get your permit
ZIINI:

Congratulations Man
I wish you success and luck in every of your endeavors
Expect me there any time soon grin
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 8:31pm On Nov 10, 2020
overseasnbeyond:
Amen , i will surely help in any way i can do .
Trust me you got a job once you get your permit
Thanks for the kind gesture ❤✌
I'm at work now I'll be exited if you don't mind us chatting on WhatsApp
Congratulations once again.
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by overseasnbeyond: 8:33pm On Nov 10, 2020
Ok, inbox me
ZIINI:

Thanks for the kind gesture ❤✌
I'm at work now I'll be exited if you don't mind us chatting on WhatsApp
Congratulations once again.
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 11:01pm On Nov 10, 2020
overseasnbeyond:
I feel great in another year, after 2 years of filling got my 10 years green card and still holding on to my job.
It is indeed God's favour, ready to starts filling for my kids now. don't relent in your struggle guys
it can only get better everyday.


kiss Thank God for you, sir. Please can I have a little discussion with you on WhatsApp??

Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by overseasnbeyond: 2:32am On Nov 11, 2020
Ok see my instagram
[1quote author=collinsuchendu post=95906960]

kiss Thank God for you, sir. Please can I have a little discussion with you on WhatsApp??

[/quote]

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 2:42am On Nov 11, 2020
overseasnbeyond:
Ok see my instagram
[1quote author=collinsuchendu post=95906960]

kiss Thank God for you, sir. Please can I have a little discussion with you on WhatsApp??


Thanks. I just messaged you
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by LooseCanon(m): 2:05pm On Nov 13, 2020
ttmacoy:
Thanks been working from home for over 2 weeks now, trying to avoid crowds and exposure.

The 200k figure was a worse case estimate, I don’t believe the actual numbers will be close to those numbers but we definitely need to take the lockdown serious once and for all.



Unfortunately it exceeded the number....
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by smartkester(m): 11:30pm On Jan 04
Are we killing this thread?
Everywhere is silent
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nnamz(m): 7:21pm On Jan 19
omoyeni37:

I sent you a PM, my number is zero eight one 25133764

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Samsamjaja: 5:49pm On Jan 21
[quote author=atutupoyoyo2211 post=73250192]Now, I had a very long reply for this comment, but then again i do not want to stop watching my movie, its very interesting. I will only make one statement.
Well, i think i am gonna write up a bit. First of all, it is unfair to compare hard working folks with Abacha and other african leaders, that is disrespectful. Second, There is no study that has proven 6hrs sleep, 5 days a week is detrimental to ones health. Third, i have no intentions of working even 8 hrs a day till i am 65 like the "most white folks" you talked about. Lastly, your circle is very small, try not to generalise on a whole race, just by talking to a few people. Hard working folks dont work for money, they work for a future. I've got a lot more to say, but i will leave it here. Cheers Bro[/quote





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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Samsamjaja: 7:17pm On Jan 21
This is a seperlatively good advice


@atutupoyoyo2211
I am impressed!! You saved $7,000 in roughly 3 months, if that is not impressive I wonder what is.
If you don't mid I would like to give you some tips. Rather than save $120,000 have you thought about entering real estate?
Instead of paying a landlord $1,300 a month, you can buy your own house and start building equity. So basically you are paying yourself $1,300 a month.
Secondly and don't take this the wrong way but why are you paying for a new car? $500 every month for 8 years is a lot of money and I think you are better off driving a clean used car than paying for a new car. I drive a 2007 Hyundai which serves me well but I own my own house (mortgage). I honestly don't see the essence of a new car as it loses value immediately you drive it out of the lot[/quote]

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Ejoms(m): 8:42pm On Mar 17
Pls how do I get this health support certification in nigeria, or I will ve to get it in oversees
KingCurtis21:


Madam are you in the USA? Why’re you arguing about what you don’t have ideas about? Why’re you trying to be daft? You think people get paid monthly in developed countries? She’s trying to explain to you that the guys work extra hours and get more paid and you’re arguing what you know nothing about..

The current average salary of an Community Support Worker is $50,600 - 61,000 annually.. that’s the lowest you get working as a community Support Worker (40 hours weekly) and you can work more hours to get more paid.. I don’t know what’s hard to understand..

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