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BP (@guest_233247)
March 14, 2016 17:34

Signed up using a Chase IHG card. My cash advance limit was set to $100 so I made a full $1000 initial funding in hopes that it goes through as a purchase. Everything went through so it should work out.

Heath (@guest_232521)
March 11, 2016 16:48

They’ve changed the link for the promo sign up:

Binny (@guest_232286)
March 10, 2016 16:50

Just signed up for both, used Ink for both Pinnacle and BofC, max was 1k CC load each and posted as purchase.

Logan (@guest_231957)
March 9, 2016 11:21

Goonyo – If you could and wouldn’t mind, let us know if you got a cash advance using the chase freedom and if it was a soft or hard pull.

I wonder if Bank of Colorado is similar to Pinnacle with the same cards not having a cash advance fee.

goonyo (@guest_232670)
March 12, 2016 13:24

Posted as purchase on my Freedom. Now just the 3 month wait to see if I can get the bonus

goonyo (@guest_231828)
March 8, 2016 19:13

I funded a Pinnacle account back in July with my CSP before they lowered the funding to max of $1,000 and got my bonus a little over 3 months later. Just opened a Bank of Colorado account and $1,000 is pending on my Freedom. Kind of kicking myself now that I didn’t try to fund with more. I’ll be sure to post back in a few months when/if the bonus posts.

Rick (@guest_233005)
March 14, 2016 00:02

Is it a soft or hard pull with Bank of Colorado?

Ted (@guest_231777)
March 8, 2016 16:11

I’ve talked to them. They consider themselves to be sister banks. They have to call in transactions between pinnacle and BOC.

Luke (@guest_231823)
March 8, 2016 18:56

Thanks for checking! Did you ask (and did they say) whether they allow credit card loading? Also, do you need to be a resident of the eligible states, or can you get the bonus if you sign up in branch, but live in an ineligible state?

J T (@guest_231694)
March 8, 2016 11:36

It may be the same bank under a different name, but not the same service areas as Pinnacle: “Open to residents of Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado only.”