There are many possibilities. Perhaps it was a credit issue. There are many banks that use outside sources to help them make decisions to open deposits accounts. These outside sources include: chexsystems, telecheck and early warning services. If you have a negative report listed, you may be denied.
No, a checking account is not correlated to your credit score. The only reason why you have to give your social security # is to prove that you have no outstanding debt with any other banks. ______________________________________ Actually, there is a correlation. Having a checking account doesn't improve your credit score, but you can be accepted or denied an account based on it. If you have bad credit, or no credit, you may be denied from a variety of bank checking accounts. I was told by my lawyer it does improve your credit if you keep your checking account in good standings he said the bank report it monthly to the crdit bureaus thats just what i was told
A US checking Account
if you have a lein on you, can they take your disabilty money out of your checking account
In order to open a business checking account online you first need to decide which bank you would like to have a checking account through. Then you should go to the website and follow the steps listed to open a checking account.
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An individual who was denied a standard checking account at a bank due to poor credit may sometimes be able to open a 'Second Chance' checking account instead. These accounts are generally worse than normal accounts due to higher fees, but they are an option for people who have no other way to open an account.
The only tax you would pay on money in a checking account is any interest the money made if it is a interest type of account.
Opening an online checking account is usually very simple, and many banks offer online checking alongside your primary checking account. Your best bet would be to simply call your local bank, and ask them about their online checking program.
You would access a second chance checking account basically the same way a normal bank account but its not normal most of the money handling for a second chance checking account is done online and people who use second chance checking accounts don't have very great credit
Why would you think this would work? This is fraud.
A checking account is also called a transactional account or chequing account.
There are banks that will help you regarless of your credit history. If you have been reported to chexsystems, your name remains on file for 5 years but there are also banks that do not use chexsystems
You have to be 18 years old to have a checking account in your own name. If you are under 18, you have to have a parent or guardian name on the account as well. The minimum age to have a checking account is 18. If you are under the age of 18 and would like to open up your own checking account, you will need a co-signature from an adult.
cause checking account is more safe
Your bank routing number is on the left side of the checking account and the checking account is next to it.
A business checking account is different from a personal checking account by the minimum amount of desposit. You can read more at www.business.com › Directory › Financial Services › Banking
"A high interst checking account is a type of checking account that earns interest. Usually these accounts have higher interest than a regular checking account, but not as high as a savings account."
This is going to depend on which bank your account is with. For example, if you have a checking account with chase, you would go to the chase website login. Once logged in you have full access to online checking.
Just visit any bank that you would like to open a checking account in and sit at the new account desk. The person sitting at the new account desk would show you a brochure of all sorts of checking accounts and their fees. Some doesn't have fees if the place you work at offers direct deposit.
Yes! Creditors can garnish a personal checking account. As long as the creditor has the checking account info they can garnish a checking account.
a trust account means you trust the person that is opening the account, and a checking account means you will keep checking it to make everything is okay.
It's easier to spend the money in a checking account.
The best place to start the search for free checking account offers would be the local bank. Local banks typically compete with each other and offer incentives to open up a checking account with them. One of the potential incentives are free checking.
Yes it is required by law that you are 18+ to have a checking account.
average return on a checking account is about 0.1