It says you will receive your $50 bonus within 90 days, so I would imagine after 90 days you can close the account.
Tangerine, Oaken Financial, Simplii Financial and Ideal Savings member.
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Should probably let everyone know there are fees associated with DUCA:souvik126 wrote: ↑May 5th, 2017 8:32 amThis is a No Fee Chequing. And there's NO monthly fee and NO minimum balance!
All our No Fee Chequing bundles include:
Unlimited deposits & withdrawals
Unlimited cheques and EFTs
Unlimited withdrawals when using DUCA and THE EXCHANGE® Network ATMs
Unlimited bill payments
Unlimited Interac® point-of-sale transactions
Not only do they offer you a No-Fee chequing account, they'll actually give you and your charity some money! Join In Program to get a $50 bonus for you and $50 for the local charity of your choice! Call us at 1-866-900-3822 or click "Apply Online" in their website.
Terms and Conditions for Join In Program:
All funds directed to charities will be reconciled on December 31st, and paid out in January. Members WILL NOT receive a charitable tax receipt.
For a charity to be considered it must be registered in Canada and must provide their charitable organization number. Charities that fall under any of the categories listed below will not be considered: Political party groups, Groups or charities that are inconsistent with generally held Canadian values and laws, Programs that benefit individuals as opposed to groups, Partisan organizations with exclusionary activities or ideals, Programs that expose DUCA to legal issues.
The referred Member must be at least 16 years of age, purchase the required Membership Share for $1.00 and open a chequing account. Within 90 days thereafter, the new Member will automatically receive a $50 credit by direct deposit to a specified DUCA account. The referring Member must have an active DUCA account. Within 90 days thereafter, the referring Member will receive $20 credit by direct deposit to a savings account.
DUCA reserves the right, at our sole discretion, to change, modify or otherwise alter these terms and conditions at any time.
May 6th, 2017 8:41 pm
These can all be avoided though, right?Dave510 wrote: ↑May 6th, 2017 11:36 amShould probably let everyone know there are fees associated with DUCA:
The important ones are $5 yearly due, $20/year if inactive (defined as less than $1500 after 2 years), $25 for balances transferred to other institutions, and $25 if account closed within 90 days.
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