The Commonwealth Bank and Trust Company is currently offering up to $150 in banking bonuses when you open a new Commonwealth Bank Extreme Checking Account, available for residents of Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio.
Just open a free CB&T Extreme Checking Account and use the Internet Bill Pay Service to pay your bills online for up to $150 in bank bonuses from Commonwealth Bank.
Commonwealth will deposit a $15 bonus into your account for each automatic bill pay transaction you schedule for up to 10 payees, which is a total of $150 in bonuses.
Check out this Commonwealth Promotional Offer for more details on this CB&T free checking account bonus.
This offer is valid for new Extreme Checking accounts only.
Your account must be open for at least 60 days to earn the cash bonus.
There is a limit of 1 bonus per customer with a maximum bonus of $150.
No minimum balance is required; however, you must deposit $100 to open the account.
The Commonwealth Extreme Checking Account is a free account with no monthly maintenance fees and no minimum balance requirements.
It does require that you meet certain qualifications to receive the highest level of the tiered APY and to receive ATM reimbursements, but there are no requirements to avoid a monthly fee, as this is a free checking account.
If you do meet the monthly qualifications, which include setting up a direct deposit or automatic payment, making 10 debit card purchases, and receiving electronic statements, you can earn a high interest rate return of 4.50% APY (as of 2/18/2010).
You can open a Commonwealth Bank and Trust Company account online if you live in Kentucky, Indiana, or Ohio.
You can open your account in person at Commonwealth Bank branches in Kentucky or by telephone as well.
Take advantage of this Commonwealth Bank promotional checking account bonus to earn up to $150 in cash bonuses when you use the Commonwealth online bill payment service.
Open your Extreme Checking Account from Commonwealth Bank and Trust Company to get up to $150 in banking bonuses from Commonwealth Bank.