$100 Visa Reward Card From Salem Five Bank

by Baller on June 9, 2012

in Bank deals & offers

If you bank in Massachusetts, there’s a great opportunity to get a $100 Visa Reward Card from Salem Five Bank! This reward card can be earned after opening a new checking account and following a few easy steps. Once you open a new Salem Five checking account, you may complete the Salem Five Checking Registration Form and qualify your account to get your $100 Visa Reward Card. After filling out that form, you must complete one of the three following options to get your $100 Visa Reward Card.


  1. Complete 2 direct deposit transactions over $250 within 60 days.
  2. Complete 6 online bill pays within 60 days.
  3. Complete 20 debit transactions within 60 days.

Again, if you’re from the Massachusetts area and are looking to get an easy $100 Visa Reward Card, open a new checking account with Salem Five Bank and complete one of the three options listed above.

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john mccann May 11, 2013 at 12:09 pm

The second chance they gave me was all a waste of time. I did the six online bill pays as it says in the fine print. Talked to a person at the bank about the status of my gift card. She said it had to be six DIFFERENT payees with respect to the online bill pays. This is not in the fine print. Closed the account. Not worth my time. Do your homework with this one or cross this bank off your list.


john mccann February 11, 2013 at 12:50 am

I opened up the wrong account the first time. They did give me a second chance,though. Make sure you open an eOne checking account. Not sure about doing it a second time. Some banks say wait a year.


Sam February 10, 2013 at 8:25 pm

I’m guessing there’s not a stipulation regarding past accounts with them? I opened an account last year for the bonus and closed it last year. I don’t see anything that would disqualify based on history when them.


john mccann January 30, 2013 at 6:03 am

There’s a bait and switch to this. Make sure you open the right checking account. Call first. A few hurdles to climb to get this.


Credit Card Education July 25, 2012 at 2:11 pm

Yes that’s a great deal but I would be careful about opening an account depending where you are in Massachusetts as there aren’t a ton of branches in Boston or the immediate burbs. You have to be north of town otherwise if you use atm’s you will get hit with tons of fees as there aren’t any Salem Five ones around. I believe they are expanding as I saw one in Fall River and I think there’s one opening in Waltham but this is the land of Citizen’s and B of A.


jon June 10, 2012 at 10:55 pm

does this bank do a credit check? i dont want another inquiry.


Hu$tler June 12, 2012 at 5:51 pm

Most likely a hard pull.


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