We're ready to reward your powers of persuasion.
Friends are always sharing intel with each other. About movies to see, places to eat, and fun things to do. Next time you get a chance, tell someone how much you like banking with us. Show enthusiasm. Send emojis. Use words like "super." If you can get a friend or family member to open an account at UniWyo, you'll get an extra $50 - and they'll get $50 as well.
How you get $50
- Tell friends about our quick loan applications. Our great saving rates. Our cutting-edge digital banking tools. Or anything that you can think of to seal the deal. Hey, use your imagination. For $50, we bet you'll think of something.
- Still striking out? Send your friend or family members these links, showing them all of the benefits of UniWyo and how easy it is to switch!
- Don't forget to give them your referral code. If you're not sure what your referral code is, reach out to us! We're happy to provide it to you.
- Once you've got your sales pitch down, try it on other people. There's no limit on the number of referrals or the amount of money you can earn by sharing your code.
How they get $50
Your friend or family member needs to take the ball and run with it. Here's how:
- Use that referral code you gave them to open an account at a UniWyo branch or online.
- Reach a minimum balance of $100 in their checking account.
- Log in to online/mobile banking at least once.
- Use their debit card at least once.
- Daydream about how they're going to use that 50 extra bucks.
* Receive $50.00 per new member referral that results in a new member account being opened using your referral code. New member will also receive $50.00 upon completion of these requirements: a minimum checking account balance of $100.00, active mobile/online banking, and at least one debit card transaction. Valid for new members only, must be 18+ years of age, and must be able to meet all membership requirements. UniWyo may revoke or amend the terms of this referral program at any time without prior notice. The $50 bonus is reported as dividends on IRS Form 1099-Int.