WHICH IS YOUR BEST WAY TO PAY?

Welcome to Which Way To Pay Canada. Our service offers independent and unbiased reviews, comparisons, information and general advice articles on a wide range of financial products. With Which Way To Pay Canada you can compare currency exchange brokerages, money transfer firms, payment cards, loans, insurance, credit reference agencies and much more. View useful information articles, FAQs and advice on all of the products to find out more about each one. Check regularly-updated currency charts and data in our dedicated areas and keep up-to-date on the latest currency exchange rates, central bank interest rate changes and world economic events.

The comparison and review system we offer is tried and tested, giving website visitors a straightforward method of browsing or applying for Canada's best financial products. The goal of our website is to make it easier for you to find the financial products which best suit your circumstances and at the cheapest prices. We try to include as much detail as possible with every product so that you understand exactly what you are purchasing. Navigate the site by using the menu above or learn more about the products by visiting our Information Library. We also provide market news and information on new products as well as FX charts and trading information so that investors can stay one step ahead on Which Way to Pay.

Currency Exchange Currency Exchange

icon_05 Whether you need to set up a regular international transfer or if it is just a one-off event, you can find suitable currency exchange services in this area. Find the fastest and cheapest currency exchange options on Which Way To Pay Canada: you can compare exchange rates, transfer options (online, telephone), account type and costs using our simple comparison, review and information areas dedicated to currency exchange.

Loans Loans Products

icon_10 Need a loan? You can borrow from as little as $80 with some of the lenders listed on the site, or as much as $250,000 depending on the loan you want. You can compare personal loans, secured loans, credit repair loans, car loans, payday loans, consolidation loans and find lots of independent loan companies that provide fast cash solutions whatever your money needs may be. You can find loans for people with excellent records and for those with a low credit history can look into bad credit loans.

Cards Cards Products

icon_06 Nowadays, most people in Canada have a credit card. The card market is constantly growing so it is a good idea to keep up with the latest card types, offers and additional features. You may find that your card is not serving your personal needs perhaps you can find a better offer here! Which Way To Pay Canada lists many different types of cards from poor credit rating cards for low credit borrowers to secured credit cards, reward credit cards where you can earn rewards as you spend and business credit cards for your corporate needs.

Money Money Products

icon_01 Do you know what your credit report says about you? Find out by checking your personal file thanks to a specialist service offered by many of Canada's main credit reference agencies. By keeping on top of your file you can protect yourself against identity theft, request errors to be corrected and take advice and hints on how to improve your financial track record for the future.

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How to manage your credit cards and ensure your credit is in good shape
03 April 2014
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Give your credit cards a spring clean and keep on top of your credit score
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Have you been turned down credit? Check your credit report and improve your credit rating
18 February 2014
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It is important to ensure your credit report and credit score is up to date and correct, especially if you have been turned down credit.
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Christmas cash crisis? Cut the cost of your debt and change credit card providers
21 January 2014
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Below we have listed some tried and tested ways to help you become debt free after Christmas.
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