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Old 03-26-2021, 06:02 PM   #861 (permalink)
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Without insider information, I just don't know how you could have had a significant return on $3,000 in 6 months. If you are a T-Mobile customer you could have gotten 4% on it, but $3,000 is the limit.

It turns out that you still get 1% above that limit and you can open an account if you aren't a T-Mobile customer.

However, you get 1% if you aren't a T-Mobile customer. You also get 1% if you are a T-Mobile customer on balances past $3,000.

I cannot find a limit on the 1%.

There aren't any fees, not even overdraft fees, and you receive the 4% as long as you are a customer and deposit $200 a month, although on 03/31/2021 that will change to 10 transactions.

I wish that I knew this, I have received $17.15 in interest with Navy Federal in the last year at 0.25%.

I could do something with an extra $51.45, but probably just earn interest.

By the way, 4% interest on $3,000 would yield $59.41 in 6 months.

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