I'm on Chex one entry that I know of. From one year ago. Someone told me to check out a few banks. One is Compass and the other is Etrade (brokerage account) I'm not to sure how good they are. I did apply at Compass and was approved Monday. But I heard they close accounts later. I heard Etrade does not run chex on there brokerage side. And you get Bill pay,Visa card, and checks if you need them. I have direct deposit for everything so this would be perfect. They also have overnight mail for deposit if you need to. I think there are some fees involved. But just wanted some more info. I have quite a bit off money coming in. So keeping the 500.00 min. is no problem.Thank you:rolleyes:
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