Friday, February 6, 2009

Make A $25 Bonus With A New ING Direct Orange Savings Account

You doesn't love FREE money?? Here's a chance to make $25 for opening a savings account. Just open an ING Direct Orange Savings Account with $250 and you'll get a $25 bonus!



Here are a few details:

-High Interest, No Fees, No Minimums - Everyone earns the same high interest. And no one pays a fee.
-No Changing Banks - It electronically links to your current checking account. Transfers are free and easy.
-FDIC Insured - Your deposits are FDIC–insured up to $250,000 per depositor.

I've had my savings account at ING Direct for about 6 years now and love it! It's so convenient and the rate really is good! We made lots of money in interest when we were doing our own escrow account. :)

There in no minimum balance to maintain....BUT you do need to open it with $250 for the $25 bonus.

Sign up HERE and use Reference Code-CK929/hfbvgzdfg to receive your $25 bonus.

P.S. $25 Bonus will be available for withdrawal 30 days after it's deposited (it earns interest right away!!). Offer valid until April 30, 2009. Hurry!

Click here to start saving with ING DIRECT!

3 comments:

Ellen said...

I have been wanting to do this, but I just want to be sure it is safe. Especially doing it all online.

Angie said...

Ellen-Yes it's safe!! I've never had any issues. Just keep your info safe and secure and to yourself. I do all my banking online. Bill pay, etc.

I love that it's all online!! My kids have savings there too, so way back when I opened those, they got the $25 bonus too.

Not that it makes me an expert, but I worked at a bank for almost 5 years. :)

My parents (who at first were nervous as well) opened a savings at ING a few years back and love it so much they added the ING checking.

Feel any better?

Angie said...

P.S. Ellen, think of it this way. As far as banking goes, here are a few things I view as far more UNSAFE.

1. Putting a check in the mail
2. Handing a debit/credit card over to a server or cashier
3. Using a debit/credit card to pay a bill (and sticking it in the mail)

Now, I do all of these things on occasion. But I've seen far more fraud on the banking side of things from these. I never once had a customer come to me for online banking fraud. :)

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