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Karl
Karl (@guest_1788060)
January 29, 2024 17:33

Elements?

Hether
Hether (@guest_1767923)
December 31, 2023 10:26

hi! Is this section pretty out of date?

Gadget - Bank Bonus Geek 🔗
Gadget - Bank Bonus Geek 🔗 (@guest_1767983)
December 31, 2023 13:12

Sort of. It doesn’t get much love or people commenting. Most offers are churnable.

NWFCU, Discover, and TD Bank typically are not.

Barbara
Barbara (@guest_1749413)
December 1, 2023 20:46

Regions Bank requires a 5 year gap between accounts.

Gadget - Bank Bonus Geek 🔗
Gadget - Bank Bonus Geek 🔗 (@guest_1749418)
December 1, 2023 21:10

Not sure where you saw or heard this, but prior offers I’ve seen specify a date since last account.

ie “This offer is nontransferable, may not be combined with any other offer, and does not apply if you have or had an ownership interest in a personal Regions checking account on or after September 1, 2022…”

So, I typically churn Regions about every other year, depending on my trip dates since I am not local & OOS. (so I have to wait for a trip & go in branch)

Wayne
Wayne (@guest_1768031)
December 31, 2023 14:35

Had no issues churning Regions.

Tikky
Tikky (@guest_1748450)
November 30, 2023 14:04

Multiple DPs indicating SoFi isn’t churnable anymore. Delist?  William Charles

Atomic
Atomic (@guest_1707354)
October 2, 2023 15:44

Bank of America is now 12 months.

Ming
Ming (@guest_1706575)
October 1, 2023 00:23

U.S. Bank is basically 2 years for checking, savings, and business checking now

Brian
Brian (@guest_1786173)
January 26, 2024 11:21

Does that count from closing account or getting last bonus?

bankrupt
bankrupt (@guest_1640751)
June 23, 2023 23:29

 Chuck  William Charles please update this section

theSam
theSam (@guest_1631449)
June 9, 2023 01:04

DOC fam, tried searching site and this page, but looking for any experience in closing accounts-that is,
“Is it best to wait between each account closing”, eg., TD, UMB, in order to avoid flags in chex, etc?
I would only close accounts that require min balance to avoid fees. TIA!

bankrupt
bankrupt (@guest_1574938)
March 11, 2023 23:53

discover is non-churnable correct?

Bertrand
Bertrand (@guest_1576400)
March 13, 2023 20:15

Yes, not churnable.

theSam
theSam (@guest_1631441)
June 9, 2023 00:53

Bertrand thought I read under the review posters who had closed and then got targeted for the savings offer? TIA

Fitzbonus
Fitzbonus (@guest_1513503)
December 18, 2022 01:02