Updated at 6:30am PT on 10/1: My $50 ACH deposit from Earn just posted to my checking account on 10/1. This was 9 days after requesting the ACH deposit.
Good afternoon everyone, I hope your weekend is going well. A few months ago, Doctor of Credit wrote about SaverLife and how to earn up to $60 by saving money in an existing savings account. Free money? Sign me up! SaverLife is a non-profit funded by sponsors like Capital One, Chase and others that encourages members to save $20 per month to earn a $10 reward. I should have earned the full $60 reward, but I accidentally moved funds from my savings account to another account for a few weeks, so I wasn’t eligible for the $10 reward that month. Oh well, I am very happy with $50. If you were a member of SaverLife, you should have received the following email. Click the Claim Rewards button to get started. If you are interested in joining SaverLife, I think the $60 promo is still running. Here is my referral link.
After you sign into your SaverLife account, click the blue Claim Rewards Now button.
Then fill out the short survey and enter your phone number and mailing address. Then click the Next button.
The reward will be direct deposited into your checking or savings account, so please re-enter your routing and account number. Then click the Transfer Rewards button.
All done, now you just need to wait up to 6 business days for the direct deposit to post to your checking or savings account.
Back at your account homepage, you should see the status of your reward.
Lastly, you will receive a confirmation email with the details of your reward. In the email, it says that the direct deposit will post in 5-8 business days. I am hoping the reward posts sooner than 8 business days, but I will update this post when the direct deposit posts to my checking account.
If you have any questions about SaverLife, please leave a comment below. Have a great weekend everyone!