Usually no, both people have to meet the criteria to open the account. I went through this with my husband because his ex-wife (when they had a joint account) wrote a ton of bad checks, thus his name got on this stupid Chex System. The only way we could open a joint account was with a cosigner. But.... every bank is different. I recommend going in personally and talking to the person being upfront and honest with them. --------------------- It all depends on your chexsystems record and it is under bank discretion. Typically, if you have a chexsystems record that indicates that you committed gross ATM overdraft abuse, fraud, floating, unpaid NSFs and overdrafts, most banks DO NOT open accounts for you. However, if it has been over 2 years, and the amounts owed were paid back, most banks would TRY to work with you. However, if the person not on chexsystems (let's abbreviate it to CS to save some typing time) is already a member with that bank, has a high balance, and a good relationship with the bank, many banks will make the exception for the account to be open. If the non-CS person comes into a bank they don't have an account with, with a person on CS, the likelihood of that account being opened is slim to none. Remember, the one not on CS would be the primary and take ALL responsibilty for any losses that the joint owner may accrue. Most banks will look at a CS record and see if them as a bank would want to risk losses, and if it under the best interest of the PRIMARY to be put at such a high loss exposure.
The history is not yours to transfer and belongs to PSN. The history remains under the PSN account and can not be moved to a new account
how do we take into account the history of an individual
An account of past events is a history of something.
the full history of account in Nigeria how it all started and various contributions from learned personels on accounting. the full history of account in Nigeria how it all started and various contributions from learned personels on accounting.
how to delete history from way2sms
Yes you can. Every network has a section that saids account history or account. You would be able to find everything about your phone history there.
There is no possible way to delete the call history online for a Boost Mobile account. If you would like to delete your call history, this can be done through the phone handset by accessing "Call History".
Unfortunately there is no login history available to view for account holders with Hotmail email accounts. The only way to get this information is to provide a court order to for the login history to Microsoft.
You have to have an account.
State history is the account of a state's past and the important events in it's past.
Depends on what kind of parental controls are turned on. If you have your own account on the computer then no they can't unless they know your password. If you and your parents share a account then of course they can see the history.
You can delete all messages in your history at once on Tagged by first logging into your online account and navigating to the account settings. Then click to delete all message history and hit confirm.
Biblical history, because I believe it is the most accurate historical account of everything.
It also depends on the nature of your boyfriends crimes. So, what did boyfriend do? And when? But seriously, think twice about even HAVING a boyfriend around your child until the divorce is finalized.
log in your youtube first, and go into your account, you could find "delete history" in setting.
The question inot clear , it could be Cameroon.
There may be several reasons, and if you are the person who was denied an account you should inquire with the bank directly to determine why. Some reasons might be: Negative history with that bank (you owe them money from a past account that closed in overdraft, or from unpaid loans) Negative history with another bank Negative credit history in general Inability to provide the identification legally required to open an account
If you account by sales volume it is The Bible.
The transactions history of a person's bank account.
A primary source is an eyewitness account to an event.
Read Herodotus The Histories for a good account.