There are several banks in Idaho that don’t use ChexSystems. Consumers with unpaid fees or negative balances are typically referred to ChexSystems, a consumer-reporting agency similar to a credit reporting agencies. ChexSystems notifies financial institutions when an account-holder has a history of account mismanagement.
Once a person has a record in ChexSystems it can be a challenge open a checking account. If you are in ChexSystems, open a new account at a bank in Idaho that does not use ChexSystems or get a second chance checking account at a credit union.
Idaho Online Checking Accounts for Bad Credit or ChexSystems
BBVA Compass offers an online checking account with No ChexSystems. It’s a fee-free account that makes it easy to manage your money on the go with mobile banking. You can access your account for free through a computer, tablet or smartphone. Another great perk with this second chance bank account is that you not only get to access BBVA Compass ATMs for free, you also get free access to the AllPoint ATM network, which includes more than 55,000 ATMs nationwide.
What else can you expect from this checking account?
- Apply with only $25 opening deposit
- No monthly Service Charge
- Complimentary Online Banking and Mobile Banking, Bill Pay and Online Statements
- No ATM withdrawal fees at any BBVA Compass or Allpoint® ATM
- Compass Bank, Member FDIC
BBVA Compass offers great features with the ClearChoice Money Market Account like mobile check deposits, direct deposit, bill payment and ATM banking at BBVA Compass ATMs. The account requires a deposit of $25 to open. A money market account is like your basic savings account – the higher your balances, the greater your interest-earning possibilities. Open today.
Chime Bank is primarily a spending account to conduct your daily expenses that anyone can open. Get paid up to 2 days early with early direct deposit. Other features include no overdraft fees and no monthly service fees. If you need a check written, Chime Bank will create and mail a paper check for you at no charge. No opening deposit required. If you open a savings account too, you can save money when you make a purchase or pay a bill with your Chime Visa® Debit Card. Chime will round up transactions to the nearest dollar and transfer it to your savings account.
Idaho Second Chance Checking Accounts and Idaho Non ChexSystems Banks
Icon Credit Union offers a large variety of checking account programs for parents, families, teens and even retirees. There is a free checking with no monthly minimums and no monthly service fee and a $1 non-MoneyPass ATM usage charge.
They do not use Chexsystems, Telecheck, or EWS. They generally do not run a credit report but they may at times
Latach FCU offers a checking account that requires a $25 opening deposit. They require identification and run an OFAC report to verify identity.
You must apply in person and not online. If you apply online they will run chexsystems. Proper identification is used to verify accounts.
They run a credit report. Normally it is 500 or greater score for both a savings and checking. If it is less than 500 with no collections or only medical or utility collections they may open a savings depending on what is being reported.
For a savings nothing is required but for a checking with a debit card they will run a credit report
CapEd offers a variety of accounts and services for their members. A credit report is used to verify new accounts.
They run a credit report
Idaho Central Credit Union offers a variety of accounts and services. A credit report is used to verify new members.
Cottonwood Community Federal Credit Union offers a variety of accounts and services. Equifax credit report is used to verify new members.
Non-ChexSystems Banks by State
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia