yeah, where is $2000 requirement or are you just bofa hater?
It's here in black and white:
To receive the $100 bonus: (1) open a new Bank of America personal checking account in a banking center or online with offer code SZEHME and (2) set up and receive at least $2,000 in qualifying Direct Deposit(s) to your new personal checking account within 90 days from account opening. Qualifying Direct Deposits must be deposited into account within the same calendar month. A “qualifying Direct Deposit” is a recurring direct deposit of a paycheck, pension, Social Security or other eligible regular monthly income, electronically deposited by an employer or an outside agency into your new checking account.
But it talks about Direct Deposit for $100 bonus...I know eBanking account doesn't have a fee even if there is no DD, but per the #2 below, if I'm reading it right, I need to have DD (even with eBanking A/C) to qualify for the $100 bonus :
To receive the $100 bonus: (1) open a new Bank of America personal checking account in a banking center or online with offer code UAZHME and (2) set up and receive a qualifying Direct Deposit to your new personal checking account within 90 days from account opening. A "qualifying Direct Deposit" is a recurring direct deposit of a paycheck, pension, Social Security or other eligible regular monthly income, electronically deposited by an employer or an outside agency into your new checking account.
Wow, I wasn't aware that any corporate banking entity had a 'liberal agenda,' considering it was 8 years of conservative administration lapsed oversight that allowed them to lend and bundle and resell loans with no consequences and ushered us into the housing collapse and subsequent recession that we are experiencing today.
And to be accurate, it was the previous administration--not the current one--that bailed all the banks out with no-strings-attached gift loans in late 2008 before the 2009 changing of command.
I don't disagree with you on boycotting this bank; they are being sued by state governments left and right for illegal foreclosures and have been the least amenable of all lenders to working with homeowners who are underwater. But your reasoning is odd. Banks don't really care about politics; they care about money. If a company is a risky investment, they won't lend to it, even if that company hasn't been late on its payments in the past. If the company is financially sound, they will throw money at it. I just don't think they care what the politics are.
I know I'm going off topic here; sorry, but I just couldn't let this one go.
Last edited by PotmeetKettle; 04-24-2012 at 10:20 PM..
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