By MyBankTracker  Updated on Wed Feb 3, 2010

Chase Offers $100 When You Open a Free Business Checking Account

 

For a limited time only, Chase Bank will be offering a $100 coupon for customers looking to open a Chase Business Checking account.

Chase Offers $100 When You Open a Free Business Checking Account

Chase promotion

3 Simple Steps

In order to redeem your $100 coupon, you will need to sign up with your email address on the Chase promotional website. Once you have submitted your email, you will receive an email from Chase and will have to follow these simple steps:

  • Print out your email
  • Bring the printed email to your branch
  • Open a qualifying business checking account

It is important to note that in order to open a business checking account, you will need an initial minimum deposit of $500.

Great Checking Features

In addition to the $100 bonus, Chase Business Checking also offers a debit card with a built in security feature which means you won’t have to pay for any unauthorized purchases as long as you report them promptly to the bank. The Chase Business Checking account is also fee free, with no monthly fees and up to 200 free transactions a month.

This offer is only valid through March 15th, so be sure to take advantage of it while it lasts. Visit the Chase promotional site here to sign up for the coupon.

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  • Gloria

    Bonus is only good for California, according to the fine print of the coupon received.

  • Gloria

    Bonus is only good for California, according to the fine print of the coupon received.

  • mikesavino85

    Sovereign didn’t close my account like the insisted they would. It is now Feb. 21 and my account is somehow still open. I tried to close my account on Dec. 31.

    • Mike Savino

      Update:

      Re-closed my account. I now have a 30-day waiting period again. It is March 5. Managers were rude when I went in again (this may have something to do with me telling everyone in the bank that its a terrible bank last time).

      They “couldn’t” give me any confirmation documentation that my bank account was closed and they “couldn’t” give me their closure procedure in writing. Which is either pathetic or disingenuous. What a completely miserable experience. This has cost me like 200+ dollars. To close a bank account. Oh, and they keep telling me everyone has these practices. I asked the credit union I signed up into and they will close my account the day I request it closed. No payments will come out.

      I don’t know how legal it is for Sovereign to keep all my personal information on file but they are.