Monday, July 6, 2009

$20 free from Virtual Bank

Welcome to this week's Bank Offer post! Sorry it has been a few weeks since I have posted a bank offer.

Before I go into the details, remember to click here or go to my Bank Offers web page 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 web page. 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 for Savings ( $25 Bonus ), ING Direct Bonus for Checking ( $25 Bonus ), and Sharebuilder ( $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.

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 the $20 Virtual Bank Bonus.

$20 Free from Virtual Bank

  • Open a new eMoney Market Account ( cannot have been a past customer )
  • Minimum opening deposit of $100
  • No minimum balance requirement in account
  • No monthly fees
  • Must open account within 30 days of receiving the welcome invite email
  • Up to 1.87% interest on your account currently
  • $20 Bonus will be deposited within 30 days of meeting requirements
  • Click here to receive your invite for the free $20!!

If anyone else finds some great bank offers around the US, make sure to let me know so I can share with everyone!

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Rachel said...

Hi Carrie,

I found a new bank offer! Bank of America is offering $100 for new accounts open. $75 for opening the account and $25 for paying 2 bills using their bill pay. Here is the site

thanks for all your great tips!

Tam on the Rocks said...

Hi there, I am curious how these offers effect our credit scores? do banks check them before accepting you? Does it look bad to have several bank accounts?


Carrie @ said...

Hi Tam,

As long as it is a soft pull, it will not affect your score.

Please make sure to read my Bank Offers web page before starting any of the Bank Offers and it will explain the difference between the soft and hard pulls and how it affects you.

Let me know if you don't find the details.

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

Were you able to find out if Virtual Bank is a soft pull or not?