Lending Club IRA Bonus

Now through December 31, 2010, Lending Club IRA users can receive up to a 3% cash bonus when they make an additional transfer and investment through their Lending Club IRA.

Rollover, transfer, convert or contribute an additional:

* $5,000 and receive a 1.5% cash bonus
* $25,000 and receive a 2% cash bonus
* $50,000 and receive a 2.5% cash bonus
* $100,000 and receive a 3.0% cash bonus

* To receive your bonus, all funds must be newly transferred between the date you enrolled in the program (but not earlier than November 15, 2010) and December 31, 2010, continuously maintained in your Lending Club account and fully invested on the Lending Club platform by January 31, 2011. Existing account balances and transfers prior to your program enrollment date will not be counted towards satisfaction of the necessary transfer amount to earn this bonus. Your bonus, if any, will be deposited into your account or mailed to your address on file by February 15, 2011. Program may be discontinued at any time without notice. Failure to fully invest the new funds by January 31, 2011 will result in your not qualifying for this bonus. Transactions in the secondary market (the trading platform operated by FolioFN) do not count as “investing funds” towards earning the bonus. This bonus payment, if earned, is taxable so please consult with your personal tax advisor. You are responsible for any taxes related to this offer. Void where otherwise prohibited. This offer may not be combined with any other offer.

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