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  • Minimum balance to earn APY is $1
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HSBC, our partner, has the following offer for the HSBC Direct Savings account.

HSBC Direct Savings
  • Earn 2.25% APY on all balance tiers
  • Get More from Your Tax Return
  • No monthly maintenance fee
  • Minimum balance to earn APY is $1
  • Member FDIC
Additional Slickdeals Bonus

Slickdeals is offering an additional $125 when you are approved for the HSBC Direct Savings account after applying through the Apply Now button, or clicking on any link in this thread.

Note: the $125 bonus will be sent to your PayPal account within 60 days after you are approved and submit this form [formstack.com]. You must submit this form within 4 weeks of being approved.

To qualify for the additional bonus, please follow these steps:
  • Step 1: Make sure you are logged into Slickdeals when you click the the green Apply Now button above. If you are in Classic view, click either of the links at the top of the thread. If you do not have a Slickdeals account, please sign up before applying for this card. You can do this here.
  • Step 2: One you're logged into your Slickdeals account, click the the green Apply Now button, or the links at the top of the post, and apply for the HSBC Direct Savings account. You must apply through the link on this page in order to receive the $125 bonus.
  • Step 3: Do not close the HSBC application window prior to finishing your application. Closing the window may make you ineligible for the $125 bonus.
  • Step 4: If you are approved for the HSBC Direct Savings account, please submit this form with your Slickdeals username and your PayPal email address. You should expect to receive your $125 bonus via PayPal within 60 days after submitting this form [formstack.com].
The $125 bonus offer is provided solely by Slickdeals and is unrelated to any benefits or offers provide by HSBC. HSBC is not responsible for the $125 bonus.

Slickdeals is pleased to make this offer available to you. Please follow the instructions carefully to help avoid any processing issues.

For questions related to this bonus offer, please email additionalbonus@slickdeals.net
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Any hard pulls ?
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Vanguard just stole 20 mil from investors
Is there a bank bonus game for broke individuals that don't require huge deposits?

I noticed BofA and Chase have somewhat doable terms but only if ACH transfers meet the direct deposit requirements for the bonus.

Insight anyone?
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Please send an email to additionalbonus@slickdeals.net so they can look into the this for you.

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poor merchant reputation has never been more appropriate
This exactly. I've never had a worse banking experience than I've had with HSBC, and it's not even close.
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I just tried to open an account with HSBC and my application was declined as they were unable to verify your source of initial deposit required to open your account. I called them and found out that they will not be able to accept initial deposit from credit unions!!!!! This is height of stupidity!!! They should have atleast mentioned it somewhere about this. They are asking me to start a new application with source of initial deposit from a Bank!!!! Guys, dont even open an account with HSBC!! They are the worst bank I have ever come across!!!
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I just tried to open an account with HSBC and my application was declined as they were unable to verify your source of initial deposit required to open your account. I called them and found out that they will not be able to accept initial deposit from credit unions!!!!! This is height of stupidity!!! They should have atleast mentioned it somewhere about this. They are asking me to start a new application with source of initial deposit from a Bank!!!! Guys, dont even open an account with HSBC!! They are the worst bank I have ever come across!!!
I opened an account yesterday with an initial deposit from a FCU, just saying.
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I opened an account yesterday with an initial deposit from a FCU, just saying.
So, they dont have same set of rules for all the applications!!!???? I dont know. In fact, I had HSBC account few years back that I have closed after few months. I always use my Credit Union account for initial deposit and I never had issues at that time!!???
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May do it - thanks.
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Jealous. I got in on the previous deal for $100 SD bonus.
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Applied for account, status - Your application has been submitted and is being reviewed.
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Thank You SD. This will definitely help.
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Pulled the trigger on this one. Account approved, funded and submitted SD Rebate. Now keeping fingers crossed to get the SD Bonus. Thanks OP... Repped
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I just tried to open an account with HSBC and my application was declined as they were unable to verify your source of initial deposit required to open your account. I called them and found out that they will not be able to accept initial deposit from credit unions!!!!! This is height of stupidity!!! They should have atleast mentioned it somewhere about this. They are asking me to start a new application with source of initial deposit from a Bank!!!! Guys, dont even open an account with HSBC!! They are the worst bank I have ever come across!!!

FYI~ I used my NFCU and I was approved, I had to use my LOGIN info though to prove that I am the account owner. Once approved I changed my NFCU password right away.
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Applied, declined.

I forgot to temporarily lift my credit freezes so maybe that was the issue. Will try again in a few after a temporary credit thaw.

If that was the issue, banks should tell you which credit bureaus they use and remind people to unfreeze those during the application process. Generally, everyone should have a credit freeze at all times unless specifically opening new accounts.

EDIT: that indeed was the issue. thawed my credit freeze for the day and applied again and it went through without a hitch.
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Applied, declined.

I forgot to temporarily lift my credit freezes so maybe that was the issue. Will try again in a few after a temporary credit thaw.

If that was the issue, banks should tell you which credit bureaus they use and remind people to unfreeze those during the application process. Generally, everyone should have a credit freeze at all times unless specifically opening new accounts.
I think this just happened to me as well. Thx for the reminder!
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