For residents of Shreveport and Bossier City, LA, you can switch your checking account to Home Federal Bank to qualify for up to $250 bonus good through 12/31/2013! Just complete a few simple steps and you will be on your way to A Better Way of banking to earn your $250 cash bonus. Download and complete the forms with the Easy Switch Form, Direct Deposit/Automatic Payment Info Sheet, Direct Deposit Transfer Form, Automatic Payment Transfer Form, and Close Account Form to be on your way for $250 bonus. You can return the Easy Switch Kit Forms to Home Federal Bank by mail or fax, or stop by one of their convenient locations
Home Federal Bank Mailing Address:
Home Federal Bank
Attn: Account Opening
PO Box 1728
Shreveport, LA 71166
Fax: (318) 674-2622
Home Federal Bank $250 Bonus Checklist:
Once Home Federal Bank receives and processes your Easy Switch Kit Form, they will contact you to set up a convenient time to complete all paperwork.
- Confirm that all direct deposits, automatic payments, checks ATM/debit, and all other transactions have posted to your old account.
- Confirm that all automatic payments and direct deposits have been transferred to your new account at Home Federal Bank.
- Cancel your previous debit card and destroy remaining checks from your old account.
- Once you have taken care of the above points, contact your old bank to have the account closed. You may use the Close Account Form provided in your Account Transfer Kit.
- Check back with the bank to ensure that the account is closed in approximately a week.
- Social Security Direct Deposit
HFB personal checking accounts opened through 12/31/13. Offer not available to existing HFB checking customers or those whose accounts have been closed within 90 days or closed with a negative balance. Customer must meet minimum requirements to open the account, including minimum opening deposit of $100, or $250 for Smart Rewards. $100.00 bonus cash deposited into an HFB personal checking account at time of account opening if minimum account-opening qualifications are met. $100.00 bonus cannot be used as opening deposit. Additional $150.00 bonus cash deposited into the same HFB personal checking account after 90 days, when the accountholder provides, in person at any branch location, either an electronic or printed HFB statement, for the qualifying account indicating a direct deposit of payroll, pension, or government benefit (i.e. Social Security) in any amount ($500.00 min. direct deposit required for Smart Rewards Checking). Account must also be in good standing to receive additional $150.00 bonus cash. Rate subject to change after account opening. Fees may reduce earnings. Limit one per household. Find more bank bonuses today!
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