Here is one of the better bank deals I have seen in a while. Currently Chase bank is offering customers $200.00 for starting a business checking account with them and funding it with – now here’s what makes this deal so attractive – only $500.00! Consider that an immediate 40% return on investment!
Use this Coupon Code: 3385722000048925
It’s fairly straight forward – open a qualifying Chase Business Checking account by 3/28/09 with a minimum deposit of $500 (within 30 days of account opening) and you will receive $200.
Chase Bank Rewards Checking Account Instructions
(This offer applies to business checking accounts only. Below are the qualifying accounts.)
Customers opening a new Chase BusinessClassic Checking, Chase Advanced Business Checking, Commercial Checking, or Chase BusinessPlus Extra Checking accounts (interest counterparts included) are eligible to receive this offer.
To be awarded the cash bonus you must enter the 16-digit coupon code (shown above) into E-coupon at the time of account opening. The $500 minimum deposit is required into the new business checking account within 30 days of account opening to receive offer. Once the deposit has remained in the account for 6 months, the money will be deposited into the Chase Business Checking Account. You can also print out a copy of their promotional page and present it to nearest Chase Bank branch.
One of the major complaints we’ve been hearing lately for checking account bonuses as a whole (for both personal and business accounts) is the waiting period before the bonus is received. The reason you must wait to receive your cash rewards is to prevent people from opening an account, receiving the bonus, then withdrawing the money and closing the account.
After being tipped off on this particular offer by Chase Bank we cruised some message/complaint boards on the web to get a better feel of how customers are perceiving this offer. One of the most frequently posted complaint was that Chase Bank has been shutting down accounts (as of 2012) without much notice to the account holder. The primary reason for accounts being closed is due to low balances and delinquent fee or credit card payments.
If you have experience with Chase’s business checking accounts, please share by leaving a comment below.