A Kasasa checking account might not be the best fit for you if you don’t want to enroll in e-statements. Estatements are a requirement to earn rewards. If you never enroll in e-statements, you will never earn the rewards, and be charged a paper statement fee.
You are allowed one Kasasa account per Social Security Number. If you are primary on two accounts, you can only have one Kasasa rewards account. However, if you are primary on one account, and joint on another, you could be joint on the additional Kasasa account.
You need to have 12 debit card transactions post and settle to your account per Monthly Qualification Cycle, have 1 ACH debit or credit, 1 Bill Pay transaction, and enroll in e-statements to qualify for the account’s rewards.
If you have a Kasasa Cash® checking or Kasasa Cash Back® checking paired with Kasasa Saver®, the rewards will be posted to the checking account and then swept to the Kasasa Saver. If you have a Kasasa Cash or Kasasa Cash Back checking but no Kasasa Saver, the rewards will be posted to your checking account. Kasasa Tunes® checking rewards are posted directly to the Tunes checking, as Kasasa Tunes cannot be paired with Kasasa Saver.
The monthly qualification cycle is defined as one day prior to the first banking day of the current statement cycle through one day prior to the last banking day of the current statement cycle. (ex: 12/31/2023-1/30/2024) UnitedOne Credit Union statement cycle is the first of the month through the last of the month (ex: 1/1/2024-1/31/2024)