One of the things I love to do is take advantage of Wall Street Banks because a lot of things went wrong in the Financial Crash of 2008. The biggest thing is after the Wall Street Banks screwed up the economy, they were bailed out. Cash injections from the US Treasury alone were about $100 Billion and if you add in all the other things the government did, like special lending and asset swaps some estimates are in the Trillions (see here). Trillions with a T!
What really bothers me is although Main Street made some mistakes, we didn’t get a bailout. Good people lost their savings, their jobs and their homes and the government did squat. That is why I encourage everyone to take advantage of banks now that economic times are good and they are giving away free money. Go and get your bailout! Just don’t put that money in the casino or in the stock market, get yourself some weed.
How to Earn Your $300 From 1ST Bank Anywhere Account Bonus
- Open a new Anywhere Checking Account during the qualified time frame, currently 3/7/19 to 4/30/19.
- Enroll in Online Banking within 60 days of account opening. You can sign in the bank or online using this URL efirstbank.com/offers. I always prefer to go online as you don’t have to deal with the bankers.
- Have at least one qualifying direct deposit of $500 or more post to the account within 60 days OR conduct $500 in net Visa Debit Card purchases comprised of 10 or more purchase transactions within 60 days of account opening.
- Receive $300 to save or spend on whatever you like. Whether that is some more weed, some equipment to start your own growing business, or just enjoy another great Cali day
Watch out for Service Fees! There is a $10 fee for the Visa Debit Card that is waived after the first year, so don’t forget about it if you want to avoid the fee and close the account before your first anniversary. One great thing though is the account does not have a monthly service fee or any minimum required balance.
Good luck in getting your free weed! Call it a bailout for the little people.