Aaron Murdoch

Make $265 with this Wells Fargo Mystery Shop

One of the latest trends that I have noticed in the financial industry are institutions paying new potential customers hundreds of dollars just to open up a bank account. This tells me that these banks have entirely way too much money, but that is a discussion for another day. The positive aspects of these kinds of offers are that banks are giving people opportunities to cash in and make a lot of extra cash.

 

Today on the Mystery Shop Forum I found a posting about a mystery shopping opportunity at Wells Fargo bank. This client is looking for shoppers who have never been a Wells Fargo customer or, have not had an account open for at least six months. Simply open up a new checking account with a $25 deposit and keep it open for at least one week. Mystery Shoppers will receive $65 upon successful completion of this assignment. To find out more about this mystery shopping opportunity, click here.

 

In addition to the $65 to open up a new checking account, Wells Fargo’s website states, “Get a $200 welcome bonus for new Wells Fargo checking customers. Open your new consumer checking account by June 29, 2018; follow a few steps, and you could qualify for a $200 bonus.” This means that mystery shoppers can earn a total of $265 for about an hour of your time. Some of the Wells Fargo banks participating in this promotion are located in Texas, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, New Mexico, California, North Carolina, Idaho, Nevada, Florida, and Arizona. To see if there is an opportunity near you, click here.

Your Comments:

  1. kamal says:

    thank’s

  2. Elaine Rose says:

    I’d like to start opening a new checking account with WellsFargo, and get the $200.

  3. Elaine Rose says:

    I’d like to start opening a new checking account with WellsFargo and get the $200.

  4. Tamera says:

    Wish in NY

  5. Tamera says:

    Who are the great companies hiring schedulers?? And great I mean not manhandling funds and play games

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