After tracking how my point allocation was, it seems I also need to manually start/end my workout sessions as a Fitbit will start with you increasing your heart rate, but only stop once it decreases to <100 about, which for me is about 15 minutes after I finish exercising, drastically bringing down your average heart rate over the 45 minutes I do (so I go from like 135 average/170 peak to 114 average since I hover at 105-110 for those 15 minutes and like to ramp up slowly).Unless you live inside a Gym on a treadmill with a FitBit on your wrist and a Nutribullet full of Pureed PicknPay Healthy Food vegetables strapped to your face, there are better deals than Discovery.
Interesting. Wouldn’t touch African Bank with a barge pole even if they do give 13% interest ive heard. Always liked Nedbank. The underdogs in die game but looking at Hellopeter some banks are in trouble complaints wise...Nedbank and African Bank is 2%. Not sure about the rest.
Nedbank interests me as they have the Oauth 2.0 API: https://apim.nedbank.co.za/Interesting. Wouldn’t touch African Bank with a barge pole even if they do give 13% interest ive heard. Always liked Nedbank. The underdogs in die game but looking at Hellopeter some banks are in trouble complaints wise...
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I have doubts about that exchange rate being favourable. Banks make money on forex by either charging conversion fees, or offering worse exchange rates, or both.Capitec doesn't charge for overseas swipes. It is at the current exchange rate.
Edit: on top of that, it's only R8 to withdraw from "International Mastercard® card machine"