I have been banking with Wachovia for close to 10 years and I was happy to see when they began offering a referral program. Take a look at the offer below.
When you open a FREE checking account we will both get a $25 Wachovia Visa Gift Card. It takes about ten minutes to apply online. After opening the account and making your initial deposit, sit back and wait for your Wachovia Visa Gift Card. It will be mailed to the address that you provide during sign-up.
Wachovia has over 3,400 Financial Centers, more than 5,100 ATMs, and 24/7 access online and by phone. That’s why I have banked with them the last 10 years. No matter where I have traveled on the east coast I have always found a Wachovia branch.
The great thing about Wachovia is that their new Way2SaveSM program2 allows us to help our friends earn money for signing up. In addition each person we refer turns everyday banking into everyday savings for us. So with a few clicks you can earn a $25 Visa card. Interested…then read the guidelines.
The $25 Gift Card award not available to existing Wachovia customers. Must be a new personal checking customer to the bank.
You must open and fund a new Free Checking account and the account must remain open and in good standing for 30 days.
A minimum opening balance of $50 is required for Free Student Checking.
Free Checking requires a $100 minimum opening balance.
Within eight weeks of these requirements being met, a Wachovia Gift Card in the amount of $25 will be mailed to your checking statement address.
You are not eligible for this offer if you were a signer on a Wachovia checking account that was closed within the last three months.
If you are interested in taking advantage of this deal–leave your full name and email address in the comments box. I will initiate a refferal email from Wachovia to the email you provide. Wachovia will then send you an email with a link to the Wachovia promotion. You will not get the $25 Gift Card if you sign up directly through Wachovia.com.
Please stop by and thank Carrie @ MoneySaving Methods for addicting me to bank offers.