Utah Non-ChexSystems Banks and Fresh Start Checking

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Get back into banking with a Utah Non-ChexSystems bank. A negative ChexSystems record can remain 5 years unless you successfully dispute ChexSystems to get it deleted. For consumers with an EWS record, it can last for 7 years unless you’re able to successfully dispute EWS.

Small Banks and Credit Unions in Utah may have second chance checking accounts or may be a Utah Non-Chexsystems Bank. More choices also exist at larger nationwide No-ChexSystems Banks and 2nd Chance Checking Accounts that will give you an opportunity to get back into banking.

Utah Online Checking Accounts for Bad Credit

BBVA Online Checking

BBVA offers an online checking account that utilizes EWS to verify new customers. It’s a no monthly Service Charge account that makes it easy to manage your money on the go with mobile banking. Customers enjoy free checking, unlimited check writing, cashback in categories like gas and groceries throughout the year. Free ATMs at BBVA and at 64,000 AllPoint ATMs in the network. Bill payment and mobile check deposit also included, you can even deposit cash at some AllPoint ATM locations.

What else can you expect from this checking account?

  • Apply with only $25 opening deposit
  • No monthly Service Charge
  • Earn cash back on everyday debit and credit card purchases
  • Complimentary Online Banking and Mobile Banking, Bill Pay and Online Statements
  • No ATM withdrawal fees at any BBVA or Allpoint® ATM. Deposit cash at some AllPoint ATMs.
  • BBVA USA, Member FDIC

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Utah Non-ChexSystems Banks and Fresh Start Checking

American United Federal Credit Union

American United Federal Credit Union offers a “Fresh Start Checking Account” even if you have been turned away by other financial institutions. In most cases, this option is available to members regardless of past credit problems and issues with bounced checks. The account features free online banking and online bill pay, free mobile banking, direct deposit and a Visa debit card.

Cyprus Credit Union

Cyprus Credit Union’s Fresh Start Checking requires a $25 account opening deposit as well as a monthly fee of $5. After 12 consecutive months with no Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) fees and upon your request, Cyprus will convert your account to a traditional Cyprus checking account.

Chime

Chime 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 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.

Bank of the West

Bank of the West does run a ChexSystems report but they have a second chance banking program called “Fresh Start.” Your ChexSystem listing must be older than one year and it cannot be for fraud. Basic checking has a $10 monthly fee but it is waived when you: Maintain an average monthly balance of $1000; Receive a direct deposit of $250; or Use your Bank of the West Debit Card for 10 or more purchases during each statement cycle.

US Bank

Most US Bank branches located “in store” branches will open a checking or savings account for consumers in ChexSystems; some “in-store” branches even have signs stating “Chexsystems? No Problem!”. But you must not owe US Bank money if they reported you to ChexSystems or have been reported to ChexSystems for fraud. Some regular branch locations may also open an account but it’s best to call first to inquire. The minimum opening deposit is $25.

Non-ChexSystems Banks by State

Second chance banking is available in all 50 States. Find additional options in your area and share the list of second chance banks with friends and family that may be unbanked.