I saw this thread that listed banks who accept ING/PayPal ACH transfers as direct deposits. However, I couldn't find a thread that would tell me what banks have ACH transfers that count as direct deposit with Chase. Does anyone know of any? From the thread I mentioned previously, it's hit and miss with ING/PayPal.
My chase checking account has a $500 minimum DD transfer monthly. I use the daily balance minimum to avoid fees...A
posted: Apr. 8, 2012 @ 5:47p
uutxs said: According to this thread any external ACH push, besides ING/Paypal count. IME Ally, Alliant have worked.
So as long as I initiate the transfer from Alliant (not within Chase), it will count as a DD? I am about to do a signup for Chase's $175 account promotion which requires me to do an initial $100, and then to avoid the monthly maintenance fee I have to either do a DD of $500 a month or keep $1500 daily. I rather be able to just push out the DD and transfer it back rather than keep $1500 in the account for 6 months to avoid the monthly maintenance fee.
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