Tangerine ING Direct Canada: Open a Savings Account + Deposit $100 and Get a $50 Bonus Open a Savings Account + Get a $100 Bonus

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Here's a nice offer from ING Direct. When you open a regular savings account, RSP or TFSA with $100 or more, you'll get a $50 bonus! The offer is open to new clients only, and there's a limit of one bonus per client/account.

It's pretty simple to take part -- just fill out the online form and then mail a cheque of $100 or more to ING. That cheque will be used to link your chequing account to your new ING account for making future transactions. Currently, ING is offering 1.35% interest for savings accounts and RSPs and 1.40% on TFSAs.

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    • Please include more info, cannot find this on ING site..

      So you have to wait until they get the cheque, process it ,confirm and then you get mailed back a 50$ cheque?

      Then you can take out the 100$, and do it over and over again?
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    • Please include more info, cannot find this on ING site..

      So you have to wait until they get the cheque, process it ,confirm and then you get mailed back a 50$ cheque?

      Then you can take out the 100$, and do it over and over again?
      Link is right in the OP... http://www.ingdirect.ca/en/landingpage/savingspree/
      Also, I don't understand the over and over again. 1 time only for new clients. Pretty sure you can't cancel your account and then open a new one to be considered a 'new client' and double dip.

      My question is, what if you are an existing client but only with a Chequing account? Can you open a new Savings account, make the deposit and receive this bonus? Yes, I know I can call and ask myself, just wondering if anyone already knew the answer.
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    • Please include more info, cannot find this on ING site..

      So you have to wait until they get the cheque, process it ,confirm and then you get mailed back a 50$ cheque?

      Then you can take out the 100$, and do it over and over again?
      Can you really do it over and over again using the same name on account?
      Doesn't seem likely.
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    • Please include more info, cannot find this on ING site..

      So you have to wait until they get the cheque, process it ,confirm and then you get mailed back a 50$ cheque?

      Then you can take out the 100$, and do it over and over again?
      They deposit 50$ in your new ING account.

      You can, then transfert the whole 150$ back to your principal institution.

      Let's say your main bank account is with RBC. You write a cheque of 100$ to yourself with your ING account number you just created in the note area and mail it to ING. A couple days later, you'll see in your ING account your 100$ deposited, and ING will make another deposit of 50$ in your ING account.

      Each time you mail a cheque to ING they link it with the cheque account. You can widthdraw and deposit using that technique.
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    • Link is right in the OP... http://www.ingdirect.ca/en/landingpage/savingspree/
      Also, I don't understand the over and over again. 1 time only for new clients. Pretty sure you can't cancel your account and then open a new one to be considered a 'new client' and double dip.

      My question is, what if you are an existing client but only with a Chequing account? Can you open a new Savings account, make the deposit and receive this bonus? Yes, I know I can call and ask myself, just wondering if anyone already knew the answer.
      +1 I'm too lazy to call and talk to CS

      Unlikely you can double dip coz they have your SIN
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    • Sucks i have cheq account but because im a customer they wont let me open save. account to get a bonus. O well.
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    • Sucks i have cheq account but because im a customer they wont let me open save. account to get a bonus. O well.
      There we have it... Only new clients with no ING accounts of any kind.

      Thanks for the leg work!
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    • I think I will make one, and then another one using my brothers name because he wouldn't mind
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    • If you have a friend who has an ING account, get him to refer you and he will get a $25 or $50 referral bonus. Then after your account is activated, you can refer your brother to create an ING account so you will get a referral bonus.
      I think I will make one, and then another one using my brothers name because he wouldn't mind
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    • ING sent me a free $100 Apple gc just for setting up automatic deposits from my employer
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    • What is deadline for this?
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    • Keep in mind, though, that ING Direct has been taken over by Capital One and so you'll actually end up with a Capital One account.
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    • http://www.ingdirect.ca/en/landingpa...tm_con tent=Q4

      Open an account with $100 or more and get a $50 Bonus.*

      Complete the secure online form.
      You'll receive your unique ING DIRECT Client Number right away.

      Write a cheque and mail it to us.
      We will use your initial deposit cheque to
      create a secure and direct link between ING DIRECT and your chequing account for future transactions.

      ® A registered trademark of ING Bank of Canada, a member of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation.

      * Bonus offer valid for new Clients who open an Investment Savings Account (regular, RSP or TFSA) with a starting balance of $100.00 or more. Limit of one offer per Client/Account.

      Savings Account rates are annualized and are current as of today's date and are subject to change without notice. Interest is calculated daily and paid monthly.
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    • Keep in mind, though, that ING Direct has been taken over by Capital One and so you'll actually end up with a Capital One account.
      That was ING Direct USA, not Canada, which I believe was just sold to Scotiabank. What will happen there exactly remains to be seen (though I assume they won't do a complete rebrand like Capital One is doing in the USA).
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    • Link is now dead. Is the offer still valid, and if so does anyone have a valid link?
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      Things have recently changed around here, and that means files have been renamed, sections added, and content modified. Don't leave just yet! If you start at www.ingdirect.ca, we are sure you will find what yo
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    • Link is now dead. Is the offer still valid, and if so does anyone have a valid link?
      Expired offer.
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