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$75 - Ameriprise Financial : Complimentary Consultation; Exp. - unknown
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Posted 04 March 2006 - 08:40 AM
Complimentary Consultation from Ameriprise Financial
Plus, $75 in American Express Gift Cheques*
Ameriprise Financial, the next generation of American Express Financial Advisors, has been helping clients reach their financial goals for more than 110 years. Now let us help you - starting with a complimentary initial financial consultation.
What can you expect? You're likely to find our professional, confidential consultations unique. Here's why:
Your goals. Our advisors concentrate on understanding your needs and goals, rather than on promoting specific products or investments.
Options and guidance. Trained in a wide variety of retirement and investment strategies, our financial advisors can lay out the facts and provide you with options and guidance. They are a good resource for discussing things like reducing taxes, college planning or preparing for a more secure retirement.
Experience. With more than 110 years of experience and more CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM professionals than any other firm, we're fully poised to meet your financial planning needs.
No obligation. This is a complimentary consultation. There is no cost or obligation, just sound financial guidance.
Sign up today!
Fill out the form below and an Ameriprise financial advisor in your community will contact you to arrange a private meeting at your convenience. Following the consultation your financial advisor will complete the necessary paperwork for you to receive $75 in American Express Gift Cheques.
*One incentive may be received per household for an initial consultation with an Ameriprise financial advisor. Offer is valid to new Ameriprise Financial clients only. Please allow 10 - 12 weeks after your initial consultation to receive your Gift Cheques by mail. The bonus you receive is subject to income tax. Please consult with your tax advisor.
Posted 07 April 2007 - 01:24 AM
i'm a little confused...do you have to be an existing ameriprise financial customer to do this? or are they trying to use this promotion to GET new customers?