There are a variety of reasons why people in Hawaii don’t have a checking account. A study by the FDIC explains that 3% or approximately 14,000 households in Hawaii don’t have anyone in their home who has a checking or savings account.
A large percentage of these households cite that they cannot keep up with the minimum balance requirements or they have been denied an account due to a bad banking history. If you’ve ever attempted to open a checking account and have been rejected due to your history with another banking institution, you may have been reported to ChexSystems. This consumer reporting agency is used by over 80% of banks in the country and keeps a database on consumers’ banking history.
Fortunately, finding a bank or credit union that will let you open a checking account is not as difficult as it seems. Our job at CheckingExpert.com is to help you find a banking institution that will look beyond your ChexSystems record and offer you a second chance. In addition, there are also many banks out there that don’t use ChexSystems at all. Here are the banks and credit unions in Hawaii that want your business!
List of Second Chance Banks and Credit Unions in Hawaii for October 2022Open an account today!
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