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Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE

*This offer will expire on February 14th, 2019.

 

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The holiday season is a lot of great things, but cheap isn’t one of them! That’s why Public Mobile has partnered with KOHO to help you accelerate your savings and earn a little free money too.

 

KOHO is a financial tech company whose mission it is to make finances simple and transparent. They offer a slick reloadable Visa card and an integrated app. Get real-time insights into your money, automate your savings goals, and earn instant cash-back on all your purchases. KOHO is also free, because paying bank fees is so 2018.

 

Download the app now to get $20 when you join KOHO with the promo code PUBLICMOBILE.

 

The Public Mobile promotional code is available to the first 1000 customers.
Offer only available for Public Mobile customers.



Let’s break it down, step-by-step:

  1. Download the KOHO app and sign up with the promo code PUBLICMOBILE

 

  2. Add funds to your KOHO account and make your first purchase

 

  3. You don’t have to wait for your physical card to arrive. Shop online instantly by creating a virtual card in the app!

 

  4. Once you make your first purchase, $20 will instantly be added to your KOHO account

 

 

KOHO is backed by some of Canada’s leading investors, and your funds are held securely by Peoples Trust.
Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE

Do you have to be a new customer of KOHO, Public Mobile, or both?  I am an existing customer of both, so it does not look like this is of any use to me.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE

No thanks. I feel misrepresentation. The home page promotes "NO FEES" but if you read the terms of service / card holder agreement they have fees. $1 per month unless you use it every 90 days?

 

"Subject to applicable KOHO Card fees" How can there be an "inactivity FEE" and "NO FEES" at the same time?

 

 https://www.koho.ca/cardholder-agreement/

 

Inactivity Fee (Starting month 13 after activation, billed monthly if your Card has not been used for 90 days)$1.00

 

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Funds loaded onto the Card are not insured by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC).


 

Mayor / Maire

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE

Call me old fashion, but when someone uses marijuana leafs all over their home page with clear visual text "JUST LIKE DRUG" and wants to take my money now and give it to me later... Red flags. If the home page of my bank showed people promoting beer (regardless of my choice of liking it or not), I would switch banks.

 

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 Edit-

@Alan_K wrote:

KOHO is a financial tech company whose mission it is to make finances simple and transparent.

Thanks for opening my eyes even further @Jessica_T I don't smell transparent... When it says "No Fees." With a period and no asterisk it is supposed to mean that word is bond, but its not to Koho.

 

I like this one. "KOHO may provide you with marketing or promotional materials through the Site. KOHO may have arrangements in place in connection with any such marketing or promotional materials where we may be entitled to receive a referral or other fees from third parties."

 

You agree they can sell your personal information to anyone they want. They give you a  one time $20 bonus, but they sell your information. Is a major loss of privacy worth $20?

 

Why not go to the post office and buy an untraceable visa gift card? It works with auto-payments.

Mayor / Maire

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE

@RobertQc& @Jessica_T

It is a Credit Union, not a Bank so all kinds of differences

Although I agree with branding not to my taste, it is not being marketed to my age group, and those leaves are legal for now (next time vote out the worst PM in our nations history if you wish to make a political point)

 

Mayor / Maire

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE


@kav2001c wrote:

@RobertQc& @Jessica_T

It is a Credit Union, not a Bank so all kinds of differences

Although I agree with branding not to my taste, it is not being marketed to my age group, and those leaves are legal for now (next time vote out the worst PM in our nations history if you wish to make a political point)

 


@kav2001c

I don't mind someone showing off marijuana leafs, I mind when someone in the financial sector that is holding onto my money shows off marijuana leafs.

 

I described them as "take my money now and give it to me later". Not a bank. I never said they were a bank. I used "if my bank" as an example to banks I currently bank at would no longer be my bank if they displayed marijuana (or beer, or anything that can intoxicate you, or get tested road side)

 

I don't follow any politics.

 

Oracle

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE


@kav2001c wrote:

@RobertQc& @Jessica_T

It is a Credit Union, not a Bank so all kinds of differences

Although I agree with branding not to my taste, it is not being marketed to my age group, and those leaves are legal for now (next time vote out the worst PM in our nations history if you wish to make a political point)

 


Sorry that genie cannot be stuffed back into the bottle.  If you didn't like NEP rev. 1 from dad, you get to taste NEP rev. 2 from son.  Sorry for getting politcal. 

 

Getting back on topic, I am not into setting up online account after online account.  In fact, I am seeking to close accounts.  It is part of the strategy to minimize the attack surface.  It doesn't matter if I select a 32 character password when providers store it in plain text, unsalted on their unprotected servers. 

Oracle

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE


@RobertQc wrote:

@kav2001c wrote:

@RobertQc& @Jessica_T

It is a Credit Union, not a Bank so all kinds of differences

Although I agree with branding not to my taste, it is not being marketed to my age group, and those leaves are legal for now (next time vote out the worst PM in our nations history if you wish to make a political point)

 


@kav2001c@ShawnC13

I don't mind someone showing off marijuana leafs, I mind when someone in the financial sector that is holding onto my money shows off marijuana leafs.

 

I described them as "take my money now and give it to me later". Not a bank. I never said they were a bank. I used "if my bank" as an example to banks I currently bank at would no longer be my bank if they displayed marijuana (or beer, or anything that can intoxicate you, or get tested road side)

 

I don't follow any politics.

 


@RobertQc, was I tagged by mistake as I haven't commented in thread?  I will now agree with no on the advertising, I am not who they are targeting and agree on the other statement that was made by someone else about PM Jellyfish (no spine)


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Deputy Mayor / Adjoint au Maire

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE

So this has nothing to do with getting a free hockey stick?

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: Get $20 for Free When You Sign Up for KOHO with the Code PUBLICMOBILE

FYI: I found a better promo code:

1ISZ4E77

 This one will get you between 20$ and 60$ after your initial deposit/purchase!

More info: https://app.koho.ca/referral/1ISZ4E77