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KOHO is just as safe as a regular bank, but way smarter

Rounding it up

  • Canadian banks are extremely safe, and KOHO is no exception. KOHO stores your money in Peoples Trust, a federally regulated CDIC-insured banking institution.

  • That means if—and that’s a big if—KOHO goes under, you’d still receive all your money through Peoples Trust.

  • If all Canadian banks are safe, why should you choose KOHO? For starters, the average user spends a full 15% less than they did before joining KOHO.

  • Plus, KOHO is zero-fee for the most part, and is super transparent if there are any charges.

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Julia Cooper
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