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Re: Cash Parking
« Reply #120 on: February 05, 2020, 04:23:40 PM »
If you go to the link and then scroll down, you'll see the offer.

Honestly, I may have been mistaken before.  When you click on the link, the page displays what appears to be a message indicating a page error.  However, when you scroll down, the Kasasa offer is displayed.

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Re: Cash Parking
« Reply #121 on: March 30, 2020, 10:57:25 AM »
To put a book end on it, the opening through the first two months of our TAB bank Kasasa checking account experience has been extremely positive. Opening was simple and afterwards we transferred in $5k from our Ally bank savings to initially fund it. We gave it a few weeks testing and then transferred in another $45k to take full advantage of the max amount qualifying for the 4% rate. It was always our intention to replace our Wells Fargo checking account with this account so we have had no problem generating the 15 debit card transactions and single ACH per month to qualify for the 4% rate. We are way over on both. Anyway, no regrets and soon good bye completely to WF :)

We received an email today saying the max rate was being lowered to 3% from 4%. Obviously this was no surprise. Our Ally bank savings account now only pays 1.5% and our old WF checking account paid zip. WF even charged a $12 monthly fee for Quicken downloads and another $12 fee if the daily average balance in a month was less than $1,500. I'm really going to miss their great customer service though (not)!