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This couple paid $100000 of their mortgage with a credit card and earned $2000 in rewards

Credit card blogger Keith Rosso bought a $60,000 Tesla with a credit card last year using the Chase Ink Business Preferred . That earned him 3 points per dollar on the purchase, which outweighed Plastiq's 2.5 percent fee. Depending on how he redeemed those rewards, he estimated that they could be worth as much as $5,000.

The Ink Business Preferred no longer rewards Plastiq purchases with 3 points per dollar, a representative from Chase tells CNBC Make It, so this particular strategy may no longer be a profitable option.

Many cards require you to spend thousands in order to qualify for their sign-up bonuses . If the only way you're going to reach that spending threshold is by making a large purchase through Plastiq, that could help justify the fee, says Johnson.

Consider the card she and her husband used: the Barclaycard Arrival Plus. It has a 60,000 point bonus if you manage to spend $5,000 in the first three months of having the card. "If you spent $5,000 on your card paying down your mortgage, you would only pay $125 in fees to earn more then $700 in flexible travel credit," says Johnson.

Founders Advantage Releases Q3 2018 Results

As a result of a strategic alternatives review process, the Corporation entered into a letter of intent on September 25, 2018 (the “LOI”) to acquire the remaining 40% interest (the “Proposed Transaction”) in Dominion Lending Centres Limited Partnership (“DLC”) from companies controlled by Gary Mauris and Chris Kayat (the “DLC Principals”) and certain minority holders of DLC for $75.772 million (the “Purchase Price”). The Purchase Price will be funded through a combination of: (i) 41,012,571 class “A” common shares of the Corporation (the “Common Shares”), with each Common Share having a deemed price of $1.75 per share; and (ii) subordinated 6% promissory notes issued to the DLC Principals and the other vendors in the aggregate amount of $4.0 million.

On November 16, 2018, the Corporation entered into a definitive agreement for the Proposed Transaction (the “Share Purchase Agreement”) with the DLC Principals and the other vendors. The Share Purchase Agreement contemplates that the proposed transaction will be completed on December 31, 2018. The Proposed Transaction, if completed, will be a related-party transaction as both the DLC Principals are directors of the Corporation and are management of DLC. Completion of the Proposed Transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including approval by a majority of the minority shareholders; approval by the TSX Venture Exchange; and approval by the Corporation’s senior lender.

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