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Another Canadian banker

Posted by John Reed on

Copyright 2012 by John T. Reed

Here is an email from the banker to the reader [with my comments]:

That was a great read. [I do not know what he is referring to—maybe one of my articles about investing in Canada forwarded to him by my reader or my book How to Protect Your Life Savings from Hyperinflation & Depression.

The reader sent this: Mrs. Singh was referring to the several of your web articles I sent as part of my original email. The http://johntreed.com/foreigncurrencyasinflationhedge.html and http://www.johntreed.com/Swissfrancs.html referring to Bank of Montreal, so she would have an idea of how you would use her contact info.] It's very interesting. Sure you can go ahead and give my name, CIBC's name and reference. It's completely fine as long as CIBC's logo is not being used anywhere.

It was a pleasure meeting you and Carol, and I look forward to assisting you with any other needs.

Pixi Singh,

Financial Services Representative,

CIBC Grandview Corners South Surrey Banking Center

#10, 2245-160 Street
Surrey BC V3S 9N6
Transit# 4120

Ph: 604 541-5752 ext:229
Fax: 604 541-5751

I note that although this two different banks—Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce—both are in British Columbia, the southwesternmost Canadian province (biggest city, Vancouver; capital city, Victoria). But both banks are nationwide in Canada, so I expect you could ask these bankers to refer you to one of their branches closer to you if you are not in the Northwest.

Go on oot there, eh.

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