Start a new recurring monthly electronic funds transfer (EFT) by January 31, 2010.
Contribute $25 per month via the EFT for three consecutive months.
Keep the EFT active for longer than 90 days.
Get a $25 bonus applied after 90 days.
$25 Bonus Offer Extras
For new and existing accounts. The bonus is available to new and existing accounts. If you don’t have an account yet, get your $25 sign up bonus first, then enroll in EFT to get this bonus.
Payroll deduction option. Payroll deduction also qualifies for the bonus; you qualify once your employer has sent at least one check or bank transfer for a minimum of $25 and it has been applied to the account.
Stacking bonuses. You can get an additional $25 for another EFT funded from another contributor. For example, Scott and I could each start a separate EFT for one account; the account will get $50. (Multiply that by the 13 accounts we have, and you can see where this will add up!)
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