- The poll also revealed that 4-in-10 Canadians (41%) receiving $20 would spend it right away; however, if the amount increased to $150, half said (50%) they would save it for something specific, and 31% said they would use it to pay down debt.
- Specific to cash back rewards, if the amount increased to $500, 46% of Canadians surveyed say they would save it, and 43% would use it to pay down debt, while only 8% of Canadians would spend it right away.
- The Scotia Moneyback bank account helps account holders earn on average $150 per year.
- Cash back rewards are paid annually and deposited into the Scotia Moneyback account.
- For more information about the Scotia Moneyback Debit card click here.
- The Scotia Momentum VISA Infinite card helps card holders earn on average $300 per year.
- Cash back rewards on all Scotia Momentum VISA products are paid annually as a credit towards their next statement. Scotiabank bank account holders can opt to have their cash back rewards redirected to their bank account to use as they wish.
- For more information about the Scotia Momentum VISA Infinite card click here.
What Would You Do If You Found $150? Most Canadians Wouldn't Spend It: Scotiabank Poll
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