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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby ruffneck_12 » September 25th, 2021, 7:36 pm

Economy crashing all for a virus that kills faster for having conditions that you could prevent with lifestyle changes


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When are yall gonna wake up :lol:


Brb having a cigarette after drinking my coke. That entire box of bbq was tough to eat in one sitting.

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby abducted » September 25th, 2021, 11:24 pm

ruffneck_12 wrote:Economy crashing all for a virus that kills faster for having conditions that you could prevent with lifestyle changes


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When are yall gonna wake up :lol:


Brb having a cigarette after drinking my coke. That entire box of bbq was tough to eat in one sitting.

Can you explain that graph? I'm not sure about the point to you are making,

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby bluefete » September 26th, 2021, 7:19 am

^^ He is saying that 99.9% of the people "deading" from Corona have pre-existing health conditions.

In other words, the virus is more deadly to those who suffer with aids, cancer, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, dementia etc.

Those who are generally healthy will recover 99.9% of the time from Corona.

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby bluefete » September 26th, 2021, 7:23 am

RIK (Book store) on Queen St. closed down.

Also the food place, just as you cross Chacon St., on Queen St. heading west, has also closed down.

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby Rovin » September 28th, 2021, 10:44 am

inshan ismael closing down his business , not due to covid but lack of US$ he said ...

AFTER 20 YEARS OF BEING IN THE ROLL ON ROLL OFF AND PARTS BUSINESS I WILL BE SHUTTING DOWN MY COMPANY DUE TO DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES BY THE BANKS AND MINISTERS CALLING SHOTS FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY! I CANNOT EVEN GET FUNDS TO BRING IN 3 CARS A MONTH, BUT OTHERS CAN IMPORT MERCEDES, RANGE ROVER, BMW, LEXUS BY THE DOZENS... WHERE IS THE F.I.U??? IF THEY THINK THAT THIS WILL SLOW ME DOWN OR SHUT ME UP, THEY ARE WRONG!!!! THEY JUST IGNITED A BIGGER FLAME!!!! BEAST MODE ACTIVATED.....


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Postby hover11 » September 28th, 2021, 10:54 am

Rovin wrote:inshan ismael closing down his business , not due to covid but lack of US$ he said ...

AFTER 20 YEARS OF BEING IN THE ROLL ON ROLL OFF AND PARTS BUSINESS I WILL BE SHUTTING DOWN MY COMPANY DUE TO DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES BY THE BANKS AND MINISTERS CALLING SHOTS FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY! I CANNOT EVEN GET FUNDS TO BRING IN 3 CARS A MONTH, BUT OTHERS CAN IMPORT MERCEDES, RANGE ROVER, BMW, LEXUS BY THE DOZENS... WHERE IS THE F.I.U??? IF THEY THINK THAT THIS WILL SLOW ME DOWN OR SHUT ME UP, THEY ARE WRONG!!!! THEY JUST IGNITED A BIGGER FLAME!!!! BEAST MODE ACTIVATED.....


https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=11 ... 8900547385
I understand where he coming from though it's an unfair playing field, how is it certain businesses are getting forex yet the others have to salt. Where is the IRS TYPE like tax unit, if this revenue authority is nothing close to such then it makes no sense.

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Postby Rovin » September 28th, 2021, 11:00 am

maybe they gang up & squeeze he balls since he start to bad talk d govt\pee nm

i sure he have plenty tt$ he made over d past 20yrs to start other businesses & still prosper ...

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby R-H-D » September 28th, 2021, 12:49 pm

Phone Surgeon wrote:So fcb has dropped the us per month limit on their company cards to $5000 usd per cycle

From 20,000 usd a year ago to $11,000 usd
Now it's $5000 usd

Not sure how the firetruck businesses suppose to survive survive you can't get usd and now can't get access to much us on your credit cards


That's still decent x10 more than scotia
Scotia Business credit card limit has reached $500USD a cycle :(
Banks making a killing last week paid $225tt for a wire transfer at Scotia

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby redmanjp » September 28th, 2021, 12:59 pm

abducted wrote:
ruffneck_12 wrote:Economy crashing all for a virus that kills faster for having conditions that you could prevent with lifestyle changes


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When are yall gonna wake up :lol:


Brb having a cigarette after drinking my coke. That entire box of bbq was tough to eat in one sitting.

Can you explain that graph? I'm not sure about the point to you are making,


that was up to april. what about with the gamma and delta variants? they causing more hospitalizations

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby TheBoostLord » September 28th, 2021, 3:25 pm

R-H-D wrote:
Phone Surgeon wrote:So fcb has dropped the us per month limit on their company cards to $5000 usd per cycle

From 20,000 usd a year ago to $11,000 usd
Now it's $5000 usd

Not sure how the firetruck businesses suppose to survive survive you can't get usd and now can't get access to much us on your credit cards


That's still decent x10 more than scotia
Scotia Business credit card limit has reached $500USD a cycle :(
Banks making a killing last week paid $225tt for a wire transfer at Scotia


I feel you missing an extra zero. both my personal Scotia credit cards have $3000usd monthly limits each and I use them rite through. only the black business card is 10k.

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby R-H-D » September 29th, 2021, 2:36 pm

TheBoostLord wrote:
R-H-D wrote:
Phone Surgeon wrote:So fcb has dropped the us per month limit on their company cards to $5000 usd per cycle

From 20,000 usd a year ago to $11,000 usd
Now it's $5000 usd

Not sure how the firetruck businesses suppose to survive survive you can't get usd and now can't get access to much us on your credit cards


That's still decent x10 more than scotia
Scotia Business credit card limit has reached $500USD a cycle :(
Banks making a killing last week paid $225tt for a wire transfer at Scotia


I feel you missing an extra zero. both my personal Scotia credit cards have $3000usd monthly limits each and I use them rite through. only the black business card is 10k.


Nah Business Mastercard are $500usd hard to believe right. So if you have a $10,000usd limit on card per month, only $500usd allocated but you can use the balance ($9500USD) TTD side. Dont have a personal card with scotia.
But fed up fight up with them.
Before my cards expired this year limit allocation of USD had already decreased in 2019 to $3000 and $5000 usd a couple years now.

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Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby S_2NR » September 29th, 2021, 10:06 pm

R-H-D wrote:
TheBoostLord wrote:
R-H-D wrote:
Phone Surgeon wrote:So fcb has dropped the us per month limit on their company cards to $5000 usd per cycle

From 20,000 usd a year ago to $11,000 usd
Now it's $5000 usd

Not sure how the firetruck businesses suppose to survive survive you can't get usd and now can't get access to much us on your credit cards


That's still decent x10 more than scotia
Scotia Business credit card limit has reached $500USD a cycle :(
Banks making a killing last week paid $225tt for a wire transfer at Scotia


I feel you missing an extra zero. both my personal Scotia credit cards have $3000usd monthly limits each and I use them rite through. only the black business card is 10k.


Nah Business Mastercard are $500usd hard to believe right. So if you have a $10,000usd limit on card per month, only $500usd allocated but you can use the balance ($9500USD) TTD side. Dont have a personal card with scotia.
But fed up fight up with them.
Before my cards expired this year limit allocation of USD had already decreased in 2019 to $3000 and $5000 usd a couple years now.

That is craziness. My republic bank Mastercard limit is 4000usd and I can use up to that in usd per month. But republic have their own other sheit u have to deal with, like their new app

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Re: Businesses that closed down in Trinidad & Tobago due to Covid-19 lockdown

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » October 3rd, 2021, 9:52 pm

Marios City Gate permanently closed

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