SAVE TO PROSPER™
Saving money certainly has its benefits. And now you could also win up to $2,000!¹ St. Louis Community is excited to introduce our Save to Prosper™ prize-linked savings account, where you can build a financial safety net and be eligible for chances to receive MORE CASH!
Turn your deposits into winnings!
You have a chance at winning cash, just by making regular deposits into your Save to Prosper account. You can open one for as little as $5, and you can save as much as you want!
Here’s how it works. For every $25 you’re able to save, you’ll be entered into a monthly drawing.² We will randomly select five winners each month for a one-time $100 cash prize!
And that’s not all. At the end of the calendar year, one lucky randomly selected winner, will receive a one-time $2,000 cash prize!³
In order to participate, you must:
- Be a St. Louis Community Credit Union member with a regular share account.
- Be at least 18 years of age or older.
- Have an open and active account at the time of the drawing.
- Be a member in good standing.4
Give yourself the gift of saving money. Get into the habit of saving through our new Save to Prosper account. To open your account, stop by the St. Louis Community Credit Union branch nearest you. Your piggy bank will thank you.
¹All winners will be selected from among all eligible participants in the drawing pool. Actual odds of winning are based upon the number of eligible entries received.
² For every $25 increase in month-over-month balance, the account holder will be awarded one (1) entry, with a maximum of four (4) entries per month.
³ Monthly entries originally awarded will be included in an annual drawing considering the account’s ending savings period balance has not fallen below the number of accumulated $25 incremental deposits. Withdrawals can reduce the eligible annual entries.
4 Includes at a minimum: you are not delinquent on any loans with St. Louis Community and your account is not subject to any legal or administrative order of levy.
No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. See credit union for further details.