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Chase Not Paying $200 New Account Bonus
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Opened a new Chase Total Checking account to take advantage of a $200 bonus being offered for Grubhub drivers who withdraw their earnings to their new Chase checking. I've met al... read more
Do You Know Of A Bank Or CU Willing To Waive Their EWP For Existing CDs?
Posted by: Kaight  |   1 vote  |  4 answers
EWP stands for "Early Withdrawal Penalty" In the wake of the coronavirus, some financial institutions are waiving penalties when you close your CD early. If you know of such a sit... read more
Opinion Needed ASAP
Posted by: Buckeyes  |   2 votes  |  3 answers
I currently dont have much in the way of truly liquid funds, thsnks to being scared into buying CD's. However, I do have 50K at Capital one that has 2 more months to wait before I ... read more
Closed Bank Summit Trust Company And Old Certificate Of Deposit
Posted by: kittymerr  |   1 vote  |  0 answers
Hello, my husband has a Certificate of Deposit in a sleeve not endorsed from 8/2/1986 for the Summit Trust Company, which is no longer in existence. Any help with how to track down... read more
Banks/Cus With Longest "Lock" Period Between Application Approval And Funding?
Posted by: daf999999  |   1 vote  |  4 answers
Hi - I have a number of CDs maturing shortly and I'm shopping for new banks/cu that offer a long lock between application and funding. I'm aware that American Express Bank gives yo... read more
History And Name Of New Deal Regulation That Gave Us 5% Passbook Savings That Was Repealed In 1980?
Posted by: Buck  |   6 votes  |  1 answer
For some 50 years after the New Deal, honest savers (who knew enough to know that markets are manipulated and a suckers' bet) or those who simply did not wish to gamble; kept some ... read more
Scrapping CD's - Buying Stocks!
Posted by: Over6T  |   9 votes  |  1 answer
As a geezer that has been 100% out of the market (and slept well) for over a decade, I'm cautiously buying severely depressed stocks. Like many of you, I've been through this kind ... read more
Does Anyone Recall The 5 Year CD Rate At The Height Of The Financial Crisis Which Began In 2008?
Posted by: SYC  |   1 vote  |  12 answers
Does anyone recall the 5 Year CD rate at the height of the financial crisis which began in 2008?... read more
Management Of Ally No Penalty Cds
Posted by: pgroove_fan  |   2 votes  |  6 answers
Can someone with recent experience with Ally's No-Penalty CDs enlighten us as to exactly which management tasks are self-serve and which require communication with a CSR? The only... read more
Adding Funds To GTE Financial CD With Add-On Feature
Posted by: unmesh  |   5 votes  |  7 answers
Can anyone who has successfully done this report on the steps they had to go through? I have a CD maturing elsewhere and want to add those funds to a GTE Financial CD. Thanks.... read more

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