Bank Account Offers

Which Bank Account Offers Checking Accounts *or Accounts...

New postby Shavonne » 27 Oct 2012, 15:54

Which bank account offers checking accounts *or accounts that use debit cards* for teens?

I am 14 almost 15 and i know already bank of america doesnt.

does any other bank do?
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New postby Romelia » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

You might want to try Wachovia. I believe that your parents have to sign up for the account as well, but you can have everything basically in your name and control. They just have their name on there as well for legal purposes. But you should be able to have your own checking account with checks and debit cards at that age. I did.
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What bank offers the best bank account and services for...

New postby Mistie » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

What bank offers the best bank account and services for students?

I am now a Regions customer and have been really unsatisfied with their services. I have never had so many problems with a bank before. The overdraft fees, the poor customer service, and I just recently found out from a teleservice representative at Regions corporate that the corporate offices gave each bank branch power over the accounts they open. Meaning, if a branch manager decides that he/she doesn't want to refund overdraft fees regardless of the reason, he/she does not have to. Does anyone reccommend a bank and/or bank account that is student-friendly?
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New postby Sunni » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

Credit unions are the best in my opinion. i love the one that i am with
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Which student bank account offers the best incentives?

New postby Klara » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

Which student bank account offers the best incentives?

Im off to southampton university in september. cant wait!
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New postby Amiee » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

My information is a few years old, but I remember the various banks offered students £50 cash, movie vouchers (Barclay's), or a young person's railcard. I think the last one was definitely the best incentive. Sorry I can't tell you which one it was, but ask around.
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What offers bank account credits as ODP\SWP CR MEMO?

New postby Marianela » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

I notice this ODP\SWP CR MEMO credit for almost $20.00 in my bank account. Where does it come from?
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New postby Anitra » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

That means your account was going to overdraft so they moved money from a savings/money market/sweep accoun to cover it. it means Over Draft Protection Sweep credit memo....

If you want more info call your bank
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What bank offers a savings account interest rate of about...

New postby Dalia » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

What bank offers a savings account interest rate of about 6 percent?

Please add a link to their website. Thanks!
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New postby Charmaine » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

Regular checking/savings accounts typically will not offer that high of an interest rate. Rates like that typically aren't found from a bank on higher end CD rates.

You could check www.bankrate.com
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Is there any bank that offers virtual account numbers?

New postby Malvina » 27 Oct 2012, 15:55

I LOVE virtual credit cards, and use them frequently. The best ones allow you to assign a credit limit, expiration date, and delete them yourself, online. I'm sure banks offer the same thing, where you can generate a virtual account number. Who offers a virtual bank account number product?
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New postby Cari » 27 Oct 2012, 20:15

I use citibank and have 2 of their master cards. They offer virtual acct numbers and I use them all the time on the net. I think Bank of America also offers them but I haven't used theirs. Ruth
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Which UK bank offers cheapest dollar account ?

New postby Hanh » 27 Oct 2012, 20:15

I need to know where to open Dollar account in UK.

What I would like is this:

- Held for free. (even with zero account balance)
- No or very little fees for money transfers
- Gonna be using it together with paypal, So I'd like to be
receiving money without fees. (Ebay etc)
- Debit card if possible ( or that sort of card )
- Good and safe and simple internet banking.
- Bank account is gonna be operated mainly from outside of
UK / though I am from Uk.


Help me please where to open an bank account which would fits me mostly by my requirements.

Answers very appreciated ! Thanks.
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New postby Marina » 27 Oct 2012, 20:15

Dream on...a bank account with your requirements? its not gonna happen. Reality check on aisle one.
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What bank offers the best merchant account for eCommerce...

New postby Dennis » 27 Oct 2012, 20:15

What bank offers the best merchant account for eCommerce sites? What bank offers the best merchant account for eCommerce sites?
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New postby Bert » 27 Oct 2012, 20:15

I would go with a direct processing company since the rates are better than banks. Because a processing company does the processing for banks.
Don't pay for the software ever. Shop around take your time and get quotes. I found the link below I posted to be the best.
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