Bank of America customers who open a new Bank of America Business Advantage or Business Fundamentals checking account online by 03.31.2014 will receive a $100 cash bonus. To qualify for the bonus, customers must make $1,000 in qualifying deposits within 60 days of account opening. Click here for more information.
Wells Fargo customers who open a new checking account by 12.31.2013 and fund it with a minimum deposit of $25 within 14 days of account opening, will receive Shamrock, the bank’s plush pony mascot. Click here for more information.
Capital One signed a three-year financing services agreement with BRP U.S. Inc. The new relationship will cover revolving financing for a variety of BRP specialty vehicles, such as snowmobiles, watercrafts, all-terrain vehicles, and side-by-side vehicles. Financing options include a Life of Loan product, designed to be paid off over a set term or promotional rate financing options. Click here for more information.
NuVision Federal Credit Union members who open a new Free Checking account with $100 minimum opening deposit and perform qualifying actions will earn a cash bonus of up to $150. Members will receive $50 for setting up a direct deposit of at least $200 within the first 90 days of account opening and establishing eStatements; $50 for making five signature based transactions per month; and $50 for making three online bill payments per month. In addition, members who use their NuVision debit card by 01.05.2014 will be automatically entered into a weekly drawing to win $200. Click here for more information.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Earthport, an existing key supplier of cross-border payments for the bank, announced a multi-year agreement to significantly expand Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s low-value clearing capabilities globally, and to advance the efficiency of its high-volume, low-value payments. The agreement provides the bank’s global corporate client base with a greater number of solutions in more countries to help them process payments around the world. Click here for more information.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) launched a campaign to educate the public about new protections provided by the Bureau’s mortgage rules. The CFPB is releasing educational materials now for the new mortgage rules effective 01.10.2014. Click here for more information.