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Kyrie
Kyrie

There is a fee of $39.99 a month to sign up as a seller

Ovidiu
Ovidiu

To use an Ally ACH (to count as a direct deposit) you have to go through setting up the target account (with the two trial deposits), right?

BlissfulApathy
BlissfulApathy

Don’t think this works for Sofi Money. All my deposits from Amazon show up as “Deposit”, similar to other bank transfers.

Other people mentioned that DDs in Sofi Money literally show up as “Direct Deposit”.

Reference to this: https://www.doctorofcredit.com/public-offer-sofi-money-75-direct-deposit-bonus-for-existing-users/

XTXTX
XTXTX

Is that way still trigger the DD for Chase?

Alan
Alan

To become an Amazon seller there is a monthly charge of $39.99. Is this charge new or am I not doing looking in the right place? Maybe there is a way to sell without holding an official seller account? Any help appreciated.

Edit: My mistake. It’s only .99 per listing if you sell less than 40 items per month (which makes sense). In the FAQ they address this: https://services.amazon.com/selling/faq.html

Elyasaf
Elyasaf

Does this still work on chase?

DeezS8
DeezS8

Yes it works

JIE JIANG
JIE JIANG

Can i sell a e-giftcard on cardcash, and qualify chase dd? thx

XTXTX
XTXTX

no it is not working anymore

Need Chase DD!
Need Chase DD!

Does this still work for Chase?

Vanessa
Vanessa

Do you think this would this work for half.com?

David
David

This is a great little tip, going to use this to receive the $150 bonus currently on offer.

Laura R Gould
Laura R Gould

William Charles
Are you saying to switch your account on Amazon to the Chase debit card to achieve the direct deposit? and why does it have to be a friend that buys something?
Thanks

Anonymous166
Anonymous166

Laura R Gould
Don’t see why it has to be a friend. I imagine you could try buying your own item under a separate, pseudoanonymous account using a vpn and paying with Amazon cash (incidentally Amazon cash offering a one time 5$ credit).