Buenos dias everyone! A couple of months ago, I logged into my Bank of America account and was surprised to see that my Merrill+ Visa Signature Card had a past due balance. Since I have a lot of credit cards, I always set them up for automatic payments initiated by the credit card company – that way, they’re usually on the hook if something goes wrong with a payment. Upon further investigation, I discovered that my automatic payment for the end of October had been scheduled and then canceled without any explanation. I also noticed that the same thing had happened to my Bank of America Spirit Airlines World MasterCard.
Good evening everyone. There is no hiding my love for bank account bonuses. Doctor of Credit got me hooked and there is no cure (except more
cowbell bank account bonuses). I recently shared my experience with US Bank’s checking and savings account bonuses and I just received my $300 bonus for my Chase Total Checking account bonus (read about the sign up bonus at Doctor of Credit).
(Hat Tip to Doctor of Credit’s US Bank Checking Account post)
Good afternoon everyone, if you don’t read Doctor of Credit’s many daily posts, you are definitely missing some great cash back and MS news. He is also my go-to source for bank account bonuses and I recently started taking advantage of some of the bank account bonuses available to CA residents. If you are skeptical about bank account bonuses, please read DOC’s post Common Bank Bonus Misconceptions + Why You Should Give Them A Go. Currently, US Bank has a $125 bonus for opening a checking account, which you can view here.
If you sign up for a Gold Checking Account, the $10.95-$12.95 monthly fee is waived just for having a US Bank credit card (I have 4 US Bank credit cards open at the moment). If you do not have any US Bank credit cards, you can sign up for a Silver Checking Account and have the $6.95-$8.95 monthly fee waived by having a money market account and $1,000+ in direct deposits or $1,500+ monthly minimum daily balance.