Free dosh with ING

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  1. Davros10

    Davros10 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I was just sent an email from ING. By opening an account, depositing $1000 and using your card 5 times before the end of July, they'll deposit a bonus $100 in your account in August. To be valid you'll need to use the promo code EYT711 when prompted. Limited to the first 10,000 eligible participants.

    If interested go to ingdirect.com.au/sweet100
     
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    New month, new deal.

    No takers last month.

    This time by going to ingdirect.com.au/everyday and opening an account, depositing $1000 and using your card 5 times before 31 October 2017, ING will deposit $75 into your account.

    You'll need to use code EYT711 to get the dosh
     
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    Also from memory if u use an ING account u can use any ATM for withdrawels and not pay fricken $2 for an 'electronic' transaction.
     
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    I've been really impressed by how easy their online banking is especially compared to the mess of a site that is Citibank's.
     
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    I had an ING account years ago as they had the highest interest rates for savings accounts and still seem to be.

    But back then i took all my money out and transfered to NAB because i panicked thinking the Euro banks were going to collapse when Greece and Eurozone needed all those huge bailouts.

    Spent it all on PM's when it was last at $1,700USD expecting it to go 'to the moon' and within 6 months it dived back down so i cashed it all in.

    What a waste. :(
     

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