Lending Club $64.62 Signup Bonus

Those of you who have been following my blog know that I’ve been experimenting with Lending Club and have been impressed by the results.

Guess what? Lending Club has upped the ante this month with a $64.62 signup bonus. This odd amount is in honor of the $6.462B that banks earned last quarter. As always, all you have to do is open a Lending Club account and link up a bank account to get the bonus.

Here’s how it works…

1. Visit Lending Club using a link in this post
2. Open and activate your account
3. The $64.62 bonus will be deposited in your account shortly thereafter.

That’s it, easy money. Note that there are some eligibility requirements for opening a Lending Club account (must be 18, certain states excluded, etc.), but those should quickly become apparent when you click through.

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