CanadianMoneyForum.com

It’s long overdue, but after much consideration MDJ has teamed up with Canadian Capitalist to create a money forum where readers can easily discuss and share their ideas – Canadian Money Forum!

Canadian Money Forum

How did this idea come about?  From the readers of course!  Over the past couple years, numerous readers have been asking for a money forum to add to the blog discussions.  It’s a great idea, but I never got around to it due to the time constraints of setting up and running another site.  However, to help in this area, MDJ has teamed up with Canadian Capitalist and his readers to kick start and run the project.

The Canadian Money Forum will be a resource where people interested in personal finance can stop by and ask questions.  Curious minds will get their questions answered, and personal finance enthusiasts get to show their stuff and promote their site in the process (if they have one).

As we are fairly new to the forum scene, we have decided on a few popular topics.  Thus far, we have the following sub forums:

If you are interested in joining, I would recommend that you sign up as soon as possible to secure your unique user name.  As well, if you would like to help out the admin team in moderating the forum, let me know!

The Giveaway

As another incentive to join the discussions, we are offering 8 x $25 gift cards (Amazon or Chapters) to random new registrants.  Simply register here before Friday, April 10, 2009 at 8 PM EST.

Hope to see you around the Canadian Money Forum!

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Hey great idea! I’ve always thought this site is probably the best candidate for hosting forums – teaming up with CC who also has a great community should work out pretty well.

Awesome idea FT, forum looks great!

Hey FT, registered but still haven’t received my email confirmation to confirm membership?

Good idea! Looking forward to exchanging ideas and tips with everyone!

I take it this means you are postponing the plans for the TV series ?

Looking forward to participating in the forum.

DAvid

Great Stuff FT !! I’m looking forward to some interesting topics over there.

I just signed up and email went through – but got caught by the spam filter in hotmail – just FYI for people expecting it in their inbox.

Great Job! I had been looking for this type of forum for long time, the only one I could find was RedFlags, but now we got this.

Just one thing you might want to set it up so that everyone verifies their email before account is activated, to reduce spam. I used to run some forums and spam was big until changed settings.

That sounds like a great idea, which would complement both sites tremendously.

Cool, more interesting ideas! – I wish we had an American Money Forum.

I am still unable to post any messages

w00t! Great idea! Thank you to all! =)

still not working maybe delete me and let me add account again

Just registered,

it looks very nice! congrats!

FT,
Congrats, but what will happen with MDJ? I hope you will support this site as well…

hi FT! Is it possible that user moderation is still on? I don’t have the right to post any replies …

Thanks
CMR

Just signed up FT…just wondering how is this forum different from the Personal Finance site on RFD or the Financial WebRing forum with Bylo SelHi and the crew ?

I was just wondering if this one will serve a particular purpose or geared towards a certain audience or if it will just be another kid on the block…

Have to agree with Ms Save Money – wish we had an American Version but looking foward to sharing ideas with friends up north

crime1 & Ms Save Money- J.D @ Get Rich Slowly has a forum http://www.getrichslowly.org/forum

i’ve registered, see you all in the forum

I have registered for the forum & confirmed my e-mail, but I am unable to post.

Dave

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