FREE $75 for Opening a Betterment Checking

FREE $75 for Opening a Betterment Checking Account and Depositing $1

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Betterment is a mobile-first checking account and debit card with no-fees! For a limited time, you can get a FREE $75 Cash Bonus when you go through Rakuten to open a free Betterment Checking account Cash Reserve or Investing account. All you need to do is deposit $1.00 $10 and that's it! Even better, if you are new to Rakuten, you'll get another FREE $20 Sign up Bonus on top of the $75 bonus, so that's $95 for F-R-E-E! Click here first to sign up for Rakuten or log in if you're already a member and make sure you go to the settings and enter your PayPal or mailing address. Next, go here next and click the Shop Now button to go to the Betterment site, open your free account and make your $10 deposit. Your $75 bonus will be added to your Rakuten account within 3 days and will be payable via PayPal or check on May 15th.

Additional Info

Opening a Checking account is no longer an option for the $75 bonus on Rakuten; only new Cash Reserve and Investing accounts funded with at least $10 are eligible now.

Offer Terms

Cash Back is only earned for a funded Betterment Checking, Cash Reserve or Investing account of at least $1.00 for checking products and $10.00 for Cash Reserve and investing products, and is not available for other Betterment products or current Betterment customers. Limit one per member.

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  • 2thick4u


    Deal is dead! Nice for those who scored!

  • Shannc


    Have you signed up with Rakuten yet? It’s the best site for earning Cash Back. Get a $20 bonus when you sign up with my invite link and spend $20. It’s free! 🤩

    Complete betterment offer get $75 back deposit $1 from chase or another qualifying bank does not pay instantly ( sucks but no limit on $20 refers stack money 💰)

  • MrsVonBeau


    Yes, it's safe. The U.S.A. Patriot Act requires financial institutions to obtain the social security number and date of birth of new account holders to verify identity. This is not used to run a credit check. The information is used to assist the United States government in the fight against the funding of terrorism and money-laundering activities.

  • strawberryjam


    Is it even safe? its asking for ssn.....


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