If you have not-so-perfect credit or checking challenges in the past, 2nd chance banking is a good solution for you to rebuild financial life. And where to look for those good banks and credit unions offering special services? Here are several 2nd chance banks and credit unions in Washington.
CommonWealth One FCU has branches in Washington, DC. So you can try to apply for its second chance checking account. The checking account can bring you almost all of the benefits as any other regular checking accounts.
Andrews Federal‘s 2nd Chance Checking is designed without service fee or opening deposit. The credit union has branches in Washington, DC. So, you can access its branch and make an initial deposit of $5 to open the account. Then you get the membership of Andrews Federal.
Wells Fargo‘s opportunity checking account and opportunity savings account are right designed for those who have difficulty in banking because of past poor credit. Wells Fargo has branch offices in Camas, Coupeville, Centralia, Seattle, Everett, Tacoma, Chehalis, Kirkland, Renton, Lynnwood, Spokane, Olympia, Auburn, Brewster, Vancouver, Bellevue, Sammamish, Poulsbo, Renton, Spokane, Bellingham, Omak, Sequim, Freeland, Bothell, Kent, Woodinville, Ellensburg, Omak, Snohomish and Kennewick, WA.