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$100 Business Checking Offer From Chase Is Active

Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 11:54 AMChase Manhattan Bank - Details
$100 business checking offer from Chase is active.

Get $100 when you open a Chase Business Checking account! Use the URL below to get a coupon to take to a Chase branch. You’ll need to deposit $500 within 30 days of opening the account.  This offer is valid until March 15, 2010.

Here’s URL:
https://www.chase.com/ccp/index.jsp?pg_name=ccpmapp/smallbusiness/shared/page/115914_bb_chkga&MSC=bb0210


Here is some important information about this limited-time offer: Offer valid 2/1/10- 3/15/10. To qualify for this offer, open a Chase BusinessClassicSM Checking, BusinessClassicSM Checking with Interest, Chase Advanced BusinessCheckingSM, Advanced Business CheckingSM with Interest, Commercial Checking, Commercial Checking with Interest, or Chase BusinessPlus® Extra Checking account and deposit a minimum of $500 or more into your new business checking account within 30 days of account opening with funds not currently on deposit with Chase or any of its affiliates. Account opening and award of premium are subject to approval (interest bearing accounts available only to sole proprietorships, non-profit organizations, and government entities). Limit one business checking account-related premium per customer per calendar year. Chase reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time without notice. Attempts to earn multiple premiums may be voided by Chase, at its discretion. Offer not available to existing Chase checking customers. Coupon must be presented at time of account opening. Offer not available on account conversions or in combination with any other offer and is non-transferable. Employees of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and our affiliates are not eligible. Cash premium will be deposited automatically into your checking account within 10 business days after the minimum deposit requirement is met. Cash bonus may be considered interest reportable on IRS Form 1099-INT.

 
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