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PerkStreet Financial $50 Checking Bonus

October 28th, 2009

PerkStreet Financial is offering a $50 bonus to customers that open a new checking account and keep it open for 3 months. You must be a first time PerkStreet customer and the offer expires December 31st, 2009. You only need a $25 minimum deposit to open an account and the account comes with some pretty sweet perks.

They have a reward program for signature-based debit card purchases. You get 1% cash back which can be redeemed as either a visa gift card or a number of other gift card options. They’re partnered with the STARsf® ATM network so you can use any STARsf® ATM for free, which are located in places like CVS and Walgreens.

PerkStreet is a branch of The Bancorp Bank which has a 3 out of 5 star rating from bankrate and is FDIC insured. You should consider getting a second chance checking account if you can’t get a regular one.

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  1. Dave
    December 4th, 2009 at 10:15 | #1

    Watch out for these people.

    You more then likely will not get the bonus.

    There system is junk. Bonus does not get applied to every account because of software glitches.

    “Thanks for your email; I apologize for the trouble. Please provide your full name or account number and I will reset your information. I think that there was a processing error in our New Accounts department as several other customers were affected as well.

    Best Regards,
    Steve
    Customer Correspondence
    The Bancorp Bank
    409 Silverside Rd
    Suite 105
    Wilmington, DE 19809
    302-385-5000″

  2. December 11th, 2009 at 17:17 | #2

    Full disclosure here: I work for PerkStreet Financial and wanted to respond to Dave’s post above. The correct bonus was applied to his account but there is a slight lag between when an account is first opened and when the offer details appear in our customer service system. This caused some confusion, but we have reached out to Dave and resolved his issues.

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