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which bank is better for second chance banking
can't seem to get a chcking account

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Wells Fargo

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Wells Fargo has "Opportunity" accounts to rebuild your relationship with the bank, the fees are not high and you can still get your banking needs met.

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Have you tried a credit union?  They are usually more lenient than big banks.

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Online and Alternatives

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You may want to try online banking through companies like Simple and Ally.  If you are still denied you may want to try banking alternatives like Bluebird.

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I have thought of this, but these banks have no offices, and very few tyme machines.  How would one deposit a check for example?

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capital one 360

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I got a capital one 360 account. Its all online but its a good way to start over.

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Bank of America

Is this bank a good bank to use when trying to build credit?

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Chase bank

I want to put my banking info on my credit karma

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