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A person with bad or no credit can open an account by visiting many credit unions and by asking commercial banks if they offer second-chance checking accounts, says NerdWallet. After a year or two of good account mainten... More »

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CNN notes that consumers with bad credit who are not eligible for a traditional bank account may be able to open a second chance bank account. Banks such as Wells Fargo, PNC, Chase, Liberty Savings, Woodforest and BBVA C... More »

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Second-chance checking accounts are alternative checking accounts offered to people who cannot open a traditional checking account because of past financial mismanagement. This type of account typically comes with higher... More »

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Many banks offer special account options for minor children, including checking and savings accounts. Investopedia explains that parents need to accompany their children when opening a new account, as many banks prohibit... More »

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Non-residents can open U.S. accounts at banks such as HSBC, Citibank and Wells Fargo. U.S. bank accounts can also be opened online through companies such as Payoneer. According to the Federal Financial Institutions Exami... More »

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Consumers seeking the best interest rates on bank savings accounts should look at banks offering online savings accounts. Although annual percentage yield earnings on savings account deposits change frequently, on averag... More »

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Individuals who have a negative ChexSystems report can open bank accounts online through banks that accept online applications for new accounts but do not use ChexSystems, explains Rebuild Credit Scores. These banks may ... More »

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