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Ben Todd

Ben was a seriously broke graduate student with bad credit who after finding himself rejected for any sort of credit card or loan for most of his adult life, finally decided to get his financial life in order. 'He spent several years reading as many financial advice books and blogs as he could.And suprisingly, Ben found he actually LIKED the topic of personal finance; after fixing his own finances, starting his own successful work at home website business, and using his earnings to get out of debt, created echeck.org to help others do likewise!

6 Comments

  1. Oh dear

    My touchpad scroll goes grazy on this site. Scroll hijacking.

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  2. Oh dear

    10005 USD should be 1005 USD

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  3. asdf

    Moneygram cost per $1000 for sending for US to EU was $16 when I did it.

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  4. mahad

    Great info thanks for the details. I Will use one of the service in the near future.

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  5. ahmad

    Nice article thanks.

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  6. Ruslan Winter

    The best money transfer that I used was TransferWise. In just one click I can do transaction and without hussle. No more waiting for long queue. As per, “TransferWise is one of the best international money transfer service that I’ve ever had the pleasure of using. It’s fast, simple, cheap, and amazingly intuitive.” The same feeling when I’m using it when doing a money transfer.

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