American IRA, A National Provider of Self-Directed IRAs, thanks their clients for a great year and, due to the overwhelming response, announces the extension of their “Referral Rewards” program through January 31st, 2012. Their year end results are amazing and, as any good business owner knows, it is the clients that made it all possible.
Jim Hitt, CEO of American IRA, extends his thanks “This year has brought with it a lot of changes; the transition from Entrust Carolinas to American IRA being the most noteworthy of those changes. With that change, came improvements to all our technology products, a new look and feel in regards to our documents and a new website. Through it all, our customers were very supportive and I am grateful to each and every client for their continued support. We are continuing to make improvements to our website, adding more content and making it more user friendly. We have also had many rule changes within our staff in order to maximize the level of customer service we bring to our clients. And, yes, due to the overwhelming response, we are extending the “Referral Rewards”. Again, I can not thank our clients enough for making this a great year!”
As a reminder, here are the details of the “Referral Rewards” program:
That’s right, they are their “Referral Rewards” program in which their clients can save money on their account fees.
Here’s the details:
For each person they refer to American IRA, LLC that opens and funds an account, American IRA will give the client a $50 discount that will be applied to their account fees.
They may refer as many people as they like. There is no ceiling as to how much they can save on their account fees.
Note: Terms of eligibility:
When the person they referred opens their account they need to put on their application the name of the client that referred them.
Discounts will be applied to their account fees and are not transferable to cash.
That’s it! It is that easy!
And, YES, that is correct, there is no limit on the amount of people they can refer and no limit on the amount they can save on their account fees.
This program will run until January 31st, 2011.