Caja Los Andes gives $10,000 to those who meet only ONE requirement – ​​En Cancha

Caja Los Andes gives $10,000 to those who meet only ONE requirement – ​​En Cancha
Caja Los Andes gives $10,000 to those who meet only ONE requirement – ​​En Cancha

May 27, 2024 at 12:30 hrs.

One of the products offered Los Andes Box is the Tapp Accountwith benefits such as $0 money transfers at national ATMs and free use on the first application for the physical card.

To encourage customer growth for this account, the well-known compensation fund gives a reward of $10,000 for affiliates, and $8,000 for those who are not; only for the fulfillment of a requirement.

What is the requirement to receive the $10,000 reward paid by Caja Los Andes?

The only condition is to transfer your salary to your Tapp account. For this, the procedure to follow is the following:

  1. Talk to your employer or HR staff and change your destination account to Tapp.
  2. If you receive your salary via bank transfer, you must register in the app banner “receive your salary in tapp”, in addition to notifying and sending your tapp account to your employer.
  3. Next month you will receive $10,000 if you are a member of Caja Los Andes or $8,000 if you are not.

Consider that to carry out the previous steps, you will have to download the Caja Los Andes Tapp app (available for iOS devices and to android users) and register if you are not yet a customer.

What does the Caja Los Andes Tapp Account include?

Los Andes Box explains on its website that Tapp “is a digital prepaid card that you can use to buy and transfer, just by having a balance in your account; that is to say, You can only spend the money you have previously reloaded.”

To be a customer, You must be over 18 years old, have a domicile in Chile, have a valid Chilean identity card and install the application. Consider that you do not necessarily have to be affiliated with the entity.

 
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