*NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. ALL DISPUTES WILL BE RESOLVED SOLELY BY BINDING ARBITRATION WITH NO CLASS RELIEF. The Netspend Double Your Payday Sweepstakes takes place from 12:01 a.m. CT May 1, 2020 through 11:59:59 p.m. CT on April 30, 2021. Open only to legal U.S. residents who reside in the fifty (50) United States and Washington D.C., who are eighteen (18) years of age or older. See Official Rules at www.doublepayday.com for eligibility restrictions, how to enter, prize descriptions/restrictions and complete details. Sweepstakes is sponsored by Netspend®. The Bancorp Bank, MetaBank, National Association, Republic Bank & Trust Company, Visa and Mastercard are not affiliates with this optional offer and do not endorse or sponsor this offer. The Bancorp Bank, MetaBank, N.A.m and Republic Bank & Trust Company; Members FDIC.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR OPENING A NEW DEPOSIT ACCOUNT: To help the federal government ﬁght the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, the USA PATRIOT Act requires us to obtain, verify, and record information that identiﬁes each person who opens an Account. WHAT THIS MEANS FOR YOU: When you open an Account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and your government ID number. We may also ask to see a copy of your driver's license or other documents at any time. All Accounts are opened subject to our ability to verify your identity by requiring acceptable types of identiﬁcation. We may validate the information you provide us to ensure we have a reasonable belief of your identity. If we are not able to verify your identity to our satisfaction, we will not open your Account or we may close the Account if it was previously funded. Your Account is subject to fraud prevention restrictions at any time, with or without notice.
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1 Faster funding claim is based on a comparison of our policy of making funds available upon receipt of payment instruction versus the typical banking practice of posting funds at settlement. Fraud prevention restrictions may delay availability of funds with or without notice. Early availability of funds requires payor's support of direct deposit and is subject to the timing of payor's payment instruction.