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June 12, 2018

Earn Easy Money With CashBack Checking

Everyone wants to earn easy money. With our new Grow CashBack Checking Account, you can make money doing what you’re already doing…spending money! Every qualifying purchase or payment made with your Grow Visa® debit card earns 5 cents back for you1.

Let’s say you make five purchases or payments in a day: one for your daily latte, one for lunch with a friend, one to fill up your gas tank, one to pay for this month’s Netflix® subscription and one to order new shoes from Amazon®.

If you earn 5 cents on every qualifying transaction, that would make a total of 25 cents earned in a day. Congratulations! So what’s the big deal? Well, if you are able to earn 25 cents each day for 30 days in a month, that would come out to $7.50 earned in a month to pay for a latte and then some! (Unless of course you are ordering a seriously expensive latte.)

What’s even better? You also earn a nice little dividend every month, so a Grow CashBack Checking Account pays you twice. How nice! Plus, you’ll have access to checks and other services like more than 70,000 surcharge-free ATMs at locations in our network2.

Whether it’s a little or a lot, why wouldn’t you want to earn easy money? Start now with a Grow CashBack Checking Account. Switch from your current checking account in Grow Online Banking or open a new account by stopping in a Grow Financial store near you!

 

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Membership required—Subject to eligibility.
Checking Accounts are subject to ChexSystems® approval.
1Qualified Visa debit card transactions include signature or PIN based point-of-sale purchases, bill payments made with your Grow Visa debit card, and online purchases. Excludes ATM withdrawals, deposits and transfers.
2There is no fee for transactions made at ATMs in the Grow Financial, CU24/CU HERE or CO-OP networks. Transactions from non-network ATMs will carry a $2.00 service charge, in addition to any fees charged by the operating institution.


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