Interviews

May 22, 2014

11 Questions with Chris Guillebeau

Chris Guillebeau

Chris Guillebeau. Travel hacker, credit card churner, writer, entrepreneur & all-round good guy.

If you are into travel hacking, then you’ve probably heard of Chris Guillebeau before. If you haven’t, you’re in for a treat. Chris is seriously talented at earning frequent flyer points and knows how to get the most value out of them. If you follow him on Twitter (you should), you’ll see that he walks the walk too: he has visited every country in the world and barely spends more than a month in one place. We caught up with him just before he set off on another round-the-world trip, booked with frequent flyer points. Enjoy!
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October 17, 2013

Interview with Steve Hui from iFlyflat

Interview with Steve-Hui of iFlyflat.com.au

Steve Hui runs iFlyFlat.com.au. What he doesn’t know about frequent flyer points probably isn’t worth knowing.

Ever wondered how to fly first class? To find out, I sat down for a coffee to interview frequent flyer points expert, Steve Hui of iFLYflat. In this interview I ask Steve about his unique perspective on travelling in style using frequent flyer points.

Q: Tell us a bit about yourself and why you decided to start iFlyflat

iFLYflat was started from my frustration of hearing stories about people redeeming their hard earned points for normal everyday products.
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June 16, 2013

The Big Four Banks vs. The Credit Unions

Every Australian knows the names ANZ, NAB, Commonwealth Bank, and Westpac. A vast majority choose to entrust their money to the big four, and many are quite happy with what they get – although far from all.

But a small percentage of the population is taking their money to one of a myriad of Australian credit unions and mutual banks, finding the better rates, more personal customer service, and a deeper commitment to the local community a much bigger draw than the global reach and top branding of the big four.

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