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Can you get a bank account at a credit union with bad credit?

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Most credit unions will allow anyone that is eligible for membership to open an account. It depends on what they use to verify a checking account when opened as to if they will allow you to open a checking. Some use a credit report and some use chexsystems, ews or telecheck

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