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Critique – BankNerd.ca

  BankNerd.ca is a Canadian website all about the banking industry. This is an interesting critique for me having recently moved to Canada and have a whole raft of banking type stuff to set up. As you might see from the screengrab above, the site is about everything banking and aims to monetize mainly with...
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