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Simply24 | 08/12/2017

BTC investments

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Immo22045896 | 06/12/2017

easy and safe way

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Before buying some stuff, better is to think about it twice and about week before, so if thinking days before and when money comes, then you are ready and know what to do, and will be sure that when the money comes, you will not be lost ( so what to buy now and what to do now and what i need ), because in the same time can spend money on unuseble stuff and then will not be happy...



Immo22045896 | 06/12/2017

Standart Withdrawal

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sorry about previous, So, best thing with this bank is that, u can take out the money up to £1000, not like other banks with 200-300 per day, sometimes need get more out and the only way is to go to bank, but what if it night? :D more easy to control outgoings and dont need to worry about it, thats why i love this bank... and awesome services :))



Immo22045896 | 06/12/2017

Withdraval

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The only bank which i know have standart £1000 withdrawal



You | 05/12/2017

Use MVNO for saving telecom cost

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in japan, i made contract with MVNO ventures to reduce my expense of telecom cost.
i can save about 20-30% comparing with the large traditional telco company services.



Eskay | 03/12/2017

If you don’t need don’t buy

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Many of us going through life acquiring items we like but don’t need. We amass clothes we won’t wear but won’t give away...my rule in life is buy only what you need...



edzai | 18/11/2017

DWP

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if you are recieving benefit from dwp example employment support allowance you can get £140 extra help.. check your supplier or type dicount benefit on electricity



crisdean | 08/11/2017

Moving into a new city and cleaning out the mess

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So you moved from a bigger house or flat into a more exensive area and want to save some money?

I advise to rent a container and pack all your stuff you can do without into it, pay around £120/month but move into a smaller apartment at your nw location. Then you can either move stuff down or sell it and save some money on your expenses.



Eliskcage | 31/10/2017

Living expences.

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I advise you to consider buying a yacht to reduce your living expenses and to give yourself free holidays included. Marina fees can be as low as £170 in the winter for a 10meter yacht. Where as a house costs so much and is also high maintenance and bills, a yacht is low maintenance and you avoid many bills living aboard.



Eliskcage | 26/10/2017

Reduce energy bills

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Solar panels are just the start of energy saving. Now someone has produced solar windows and provalactic paint meaning very soon you can take your entire energy bill down to zero. Get saving for a Tesla home battery.



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