Liberty Bank is offering a $100 checking account bonus with direct deposit good through 12/31/2015. To earn the $100 bonus, you must open an account with a $25 opening deposit and set up a direct deposit of payroll, social security, pension, or government benefits within 90 days of account opening.
Liberty Bank has 48 branches throughout Connecticut available for all residents and for people of Massachusetts living in the following counties: Hampden, Hampshire & Worchester Counties. Residents of Washington county in Rhode Island also qualify.
Liberty Bank $100 Bonus Information:
- Sign up Offer
- Account Type: Quarter Back Checking, BreakFree Checking, & Interest Checking
- Availability: Connecticut, Massachusetts , & Rhode Island.
- Expiration Date: 12/31/2015
- Hard Inquiry: Unknown.
- Opening Deposit Credit Card Funding: Unknown
- Direct Deposit Requirement: Yes
- Monthly Fee: There is no fee with Quarter Back or BreakFree checking. However, there is $5 monthly fee with interest checking(simply maintain at least $100 to avoid this fee)
- Additional Requirements: None
- Closing Account Fee: None
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