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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by tessmcgill, Jul 7, 2001.
I'm back at work and need a place to direct deposit a bi-weekly paycheck.
Thank for any responses.
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TD Waterhouse Bank opened an account for me while I was still on Chex.
I've since disputed with Chex and had the item removed.
Sorry for your misfortune. You are in the right place - there is good advice here!
I was in the same spot as you 5 years ago. You can open a savings account to have your check deposited in, if you want an institution where you have physical access. Most places don't do a chex systems check to open savings. Specifically, try to get into a credit union. They will open a checking account usually within a year.