Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Free $100 Bonus to Dollar Bank

Welcome to this week's Bank Offer post! It is courtesy of Danielle at Business Mommy!

Before I go into the details, remember to click here or go to my Bank Offers webpage at anytime to find out details about making money with Bank Offers. In addition, you will also see I list all current offers in the sidebars on that webpage. Feel free to click on any of the images to read details on receiving that Bank Bonus.

What are the top 3 I recommend for everyone, and especially, those just starting out?
ING Direct Bonus ( $25 Bonus ), Sharebuilder ( $25 bonus ), and College Advantage ( $25 Bonus ). All three of these do NOT require direct deposit from a paycheck, which makes them very easy to complete. In addition, you are gaining access to 3 very beneficial accounts.

In fact, the College Advantage is a great way to kick start a 529 account for your kids, yourself, a grandkid or anyone!

Don't forget, you will want to click here and establish your free Quicken Software to manage all your bank accounts. It is essential to keep organized.

Now, onto this week's Bank Offer!

$100 Bonus to Dollar Bank
  • New Checking Customers only
  • $50 Minimum Deposit Required
  • Must be opened by June 30, 2009
  • Direct Deposits required of at least $100 each within 45 days
  • Debit Card Signature Based Transactions must be completed within 15 days
  • Click here to read all the details



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4 comments:

The Thrifty Geek said...

Hey Carrie,
Can the Dollar Bank be done online or is the a brick and morter bank?
I looked at it and I am not sure.
Thanks.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

My understanding from just reading it is you have to go to a B&M location.

BUT, still call them.

Others have written me in the past and said when they called locations ( if they live out of state ) banks have agreed to open accounts over the phone for them.

You could try that.

Meags said...

I was wondering if you could include applicable states in these posts. The last few I wanted to do were not available in my state! It might be too much trouble, but I wanted to see if it was possible. Thanks!

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Sure, if I am able to find what states it is available in, I will add it.

Otherwise, you can call the location and check..

Remember, though, to always call and check with the bank to see if they will open an out of state account over the phone. Some banks do agree to do this.

 
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