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$200 bonus with Seacoast Bank. Exp 6/30/2016


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#1 shybenny

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Posted 13 May 2016 - 03:05 PM

click:

 

https://www.seacoast...ee-checking-200

 

Use the Code WEB200 for Your $200* Bonus, Plus:
  • Paperless Banking
  • No Monthly Fee & No Minimum Balance Required**
  • Free Online & Mobile Banking***
  • Access to 1000+ Fee-Free Publix ATMs***
  • 24/7 Local, FL Customer Support
  • Complimentary Easy Switch Concierge

Step 1) Receive $100* when you open your account and set-up direct deposit.

Step 2) Make 15 debit card purchases in the first 2 months, and get another $100*.

Terms:

*Offer valid through 6/30/16 and subject to change or withdrawal at any time without notice. May not be combined with any other offers. Valid for new Seacoast checking customers only. Not valid for Free Checking. Limit one $200 bonus per household. The new checking account must have qualifying Direct Deposit(s) credited to the account of at least $500 within the first 60 days of account opening to qualify for the $100 bonus. The new checking account must have at least 15 Seacoast debit card transactions post in the first 60 days of account opening to qualify for the other $100 bonus. The bonus will be credited to the eligible account within 65 days of opening if the aforementioned requirements are met. All account openings subject to approval and underwriting guidelines. The bonus will be reported on the recipient's 1099INT.

**No monthly service fee when you receive E-statements and perform 7 debit card purchase transactions per monthly statement cycle OR receive E-statements and receive a direct deposit of at least $250 per monthly statement cycle. Otherwise a $7 monthly service fee will apply.

***No Fees at Publix ATM, Online and Mobile banking features not available for Personal Free Checking.  You may be charged fees by the provider of the wireless network you are using to access mobile banking and mobile deposit services.

 

 

 







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