When you join Albert, you may be eligible for a cash bonus when you receive a qualifying direct deposit and spend with your Albert Cash debit card. Albert may end this program at its discretion. To determine your eligibility, text Genius at (639-37) or email us at (email@example.com).
How can I earn a direct deposit bonus?
- Confirm you are eligible for the direct deposit program;
- Set up direct deposit with Albert Cash;
- Receive a qualifying direct deposit of $500 or more within 45 days of joining Albert;
- Receive a qualifying deposit of $500 or more every 30 days for 90 consecutive days;
- Use your Cash card to spend $200 or more on qualifying goods or services every 30 days during the same 90-day period; And
- Meet all of the above requirements within 150 days of joining Albert.
Albert may edit the requirements for the direct deposit bonus at any time at its discretion including what constitutes a qualifying direct deposit and qualifying spending purchases. To view the direct deposit bonus applicable to your sign up, go to your Albert Cash settings, tap to set up Direct deposit, and tap on the bonus offer to view more details.
What is a qualifying direct deposit?
The qualifying direct deposit must be made by the referred individual’s employer, payroll provider, or benefits payer by Automated Clearing House (ACH deposit). Bank ACH transfers, federal, state, or local tax refunds or credits, federal or state unemployment short-term disability, or social security benefits are not qualifying direct deposits. Rental payments from Airbnb, VRBO, Turo, or other similar services are not qualifying direct deposits. Mobile check deposits, peer-to-peer transfers from services like Cash App, Venmo, Wise, or PayPal, business account transfers or deposits, 1099 related deposits, or other similar deposits are not qualifying direct deposits.
What is qualifying spend on goods or services?
Purchases must be spent on qualifying goods or services with your Albert debit card. Gift cards, bill payments, pre-paid phone or credit/debit cards, money orders, bank or wire or peer-to-peer transfers, investing or crypto trades, currency exchange, charitable donations, postage stamps, or other similar types of transactions are not qualifying spend purchases.