MoneyLion, Get up to $599 Bonus with Direct Deposit

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MoneyLion, Get up to $599 Bonus with Direct Deposit

MoneyLion, a mobile finance platform is offering a bonus of up to $599. The bonus comes in the form of 17% of your direct deposit. Let’s check the details.

The Offer

Get 17% cash bonus up to $599 on the first direct deposit with MoneyLion. Here’s how it works:

  • Download the free MoneyLion app to get started
  • Set up direct deposit of $500+ into your MoneyLion Checking Account
  • Check your email and app to opt in for your 17% bonus (up to $599)
  • Maintain at least 90% of direct deposit for 90 days to get your bonus!

Key Terms

  • Limited time offer.
  • This promotion is open to all genders. Matching contributions are limited to $3,000,000 in aggregate.
  • Individual matching contributions are limited to $599 per person.
  • Promotional period ends when maximum matching contributions are reached.
  • Must maintain at least 90% of the value of initial direct deposits for 90 days after initial direct deposit.
  • Eligible matching contributions will be deposited into MoneyLion Investment Account.
  • Must be a MoneyLion member in good standing at all times until payment of matching contributions.

Conclusion

This is a great bonus. You get 17% return in 3 months for your direct deposit, up to $599. There’s a catch though. Matching contributions are limited to $3,000,000 in aggregate and it’s not clear how you can tell when that threshold has been reached.

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