• FREE $20 Credit with Acorns Investment!


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    Don’t miss out on the chance to get this awesome deal from Acorns where you can score $20 credit when you sign up and make your first investment of as little as $5! Start investing spare change, saving for retirement, earning more, spending smarter, and more.

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    Here’s What To Do:

    • Go here to visit Acorns
    • Click on “Get my $20 Bonus”
    • Enter your email address
    • Create an account
    • Link your bank account
    • Deposit at least $5
    • Receive a $20 credit!

    Additional Perks:

    • Fast and easy account setup ($3 or $5 a month)
    • Different subscription options (personal and family)
    • Cash-back rewards program
    • Educational articles and videos from financial experts

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    Acorns is a saving and investing platform that makes it easy and inexpensive for users to begin their investing journey. It automatically saves leftover change from everyday purchases and places money into investments. In under 5 minutes, get investment accounts for you and your family, plus retirement, checking, ways to earn more money, and growing your knowledge. You can choose from several account options according to your preferences.

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    Begin your investment journey with Acorns and score a $40 credit!

    Please note that you must be over the age of 18, and have a U.S. bank account, a Social Security number, U.S. citizenship, a Green Card (or certain visas), and $1 (or more) to make your first investment. You also must provide your Social Security number so they can issue you a tax reporting form at the end of the year and to verify your identity. No credit check.

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      Thank you so much guys! I’m so happy I actually read all of your comments on this one before I just signed up! Yet another reason that this app is sooo amazingly helpful!! 🙂

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      Just as a warning to everyone, I started an Acorns account through the FSF link that was promising a $40 bonus over two months ago and still have never received the bonus despite having weekly investments to Acorns. I’m looking into closing my account and considering turning over my records and screenshots of all my conversations with Acorns’ customer service to the appropriate government agency for false advertising and playing games with my bank account if I don’t receive this alleged ‘bonus’ within two weeks.

      They aren’t going to give you any bonus right away, they keep telling you that you have to wait more time and more time and more time, and I’m frankly doubtful that this bonus will ever happen. This may be a case of ‘if it sounds too good to be true…’ If this changes and I actually do get the bonus, I’ll update. But regardless, don’t expect any bonus for over two months at a minimum.

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        Helen (Free Stuff Finder) :

        Oh no! So sorry to hear you had a bad experience with them. Since you said you had a conversation with their customer service, what did they say regarding the $40 bonus? They should’ve sent you some explanation. Please let me know so that I can investigate further k?

        • Hi! Okay — it took well over a month, it’s actually almost two months, but I did finally get the $40 about a week ago. So for their promos, expect to wait (a lot longer than I feel is reasonable). Once you join, you’ll get more promo offers like $750 for referring three people, but considering that $40 took two months to get, I shuddered at the idea of how long it’d take to get $750 out of them.

          • Helen (Free Stuff Finder) :

            I’m so glad to hear that you’ve finally received the bonus from Acorns, even though it took longer than expected. Waiting for almost two months can be quite frustrating, but I truly appreciate you coming back to share the update. I hope that moving forward, your experience with Acorns will be smoother and even more rewarding.

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        Thank you for letting us know. Below comment said they checked and website said 30 days once requirements were met. Update appreciated. Hope you get it!

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      Using Acorn now so far no issues they’re not bad for $1month subscription

    4. -2

      This company hacked our personnal account 2x s in one week. Not the bank card but account itself. Never heard of them before that. Our bank refunded the money. Be careful!

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      I did this a couple of days ago and immediately invested $5 into my account and still haven’t gotten the $40 credit.

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        Virginia (Free Stuff Finder) :

        Hey there! According to their website, bonuses will be invested within 30 days once Acorns verifies all eligibility criteria have been met. But I would still suggest you contact them to check, just to be sure. Let me know how it goes, okay?

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        DiscountDopamineQueen :

        It takes around 7-10 days i think. Acorns is a little slower with transactions but they are my top referral for anyone looking to passively invest!! They give investors the ability to make decisions about their portfolio (if they want) but in a manner that’s easy for finance noobies. They also offer great ways to invest for your children or retirement with all the tax benefits included, and offer ways to get investments when you shop & the occasional challenge offer from Acorns. It’s a great brokerage, be patient & I know you’ll find it’s worth it!

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