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Get $100 from Fidelity with 10K deposit


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#1 markber

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    1 billion bucks

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Posted 03 August 2005 - 09:53 PM

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Offer valid for individual or joint Fidelity accounts, personal trust accounts, and business accounts that select the taxable cash account as its core account. Offer is not valid for retirement accounts (including IRA, Roth IRA, Rollover IRA, Self-Employed IRA, SEP and SIMPLE, 401(k), 403(cool.gif, etc.), some fiduciary accounts (including custodial accounts, stock plan service accounts, estate accounts, etc.), 529 accounts, and accounts managed by Strategic Advisers, Inc.

This offer entitles eligible accounts funded with at least $10,000 to receive $100. Assets will be valued upon receipt by Fidelity. Customer should allow up to seven days from Fidelity's receipt of the assets for the $100 to be credited to their account. Limit one per household.

Existing Fidelity Brokerage customers must provide the information requested above and then deposit or transfer in at least $10,000 in assets to their individual or joint Fidelity Account.

New account applicants must provide the information requested above and submit a Fidelity Account application within 30 days of registering for this offer. Accounts must be maintained for a minimum of six months. Stock plan services participants must provide the information requested above and deposit $10,000 into a new non-stock plan services Fidelity Account.

Read more about the Fidelity Account for details on services and minimums. Fidelity reserves the right to terminate this offer at any time. Offer is not transferable.

Non-U.S. residents and employees of Fidelity, its affiliates, and members of their immediate families and households are not eligible for these offers.

#2 markber

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Posted 18 January 2007 - 07:53 AM

yet another link





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