Here are some second chance banks and credit unions that may accommodate the individuals who have been unable to get any checking accounts approved due to past banking history.
Details of Banks in District of Columbia
You can reach Bank With United at www.unitedbank-dcmetro.com or bankwithunited.com. The bank provides customers with services including home equity loans, installment loans, personal checking, personal savings accounts etc. The bank serves in three US states: Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington DC.
M&T Bank: https://www.mtb.com/
M&T Bank is one of the top 20 banks in the US. And it has more than 750 branch offices serve 7 states including Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, New York and DC. Some branches of this bank do not Chexsystems. But I’m not sure which one does.
Suntrust Bank: http://www.suntrust.com/
The bank, with assets of more than $178.2 billion, serves in several US states including District of Columbia, South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland and Florida. And it is also reported to only use Telecheck for new account verification.
Provident Bank https://www.providentbanking.com/
More Details: Provident Bank is a good full-service community bank that serves in several US states including NY and DC.
Details of Credit Unions in District of Columbia
Library of Congress Federal Credit Union: https://www.lcfcu.org/
More Details: The FCU has assets of more than $200 million and members of 10,000.
Department of Commerce Federal Credit Union : http://docfcu.org/
More Details: Opened in 1932, the credit unions is a standard financial institution which serves in Washington, DC.
Navy Federal Credit Union: http://www.navyfcu.org/
More Details: Anyone who works for Navy, is eligible for an account of this Credit Union which is reported to not use Chexsystems.
Justice Federal Credit Union: http://www.jfcu.org/
More Details: Opened in 1935, the Credit Union is a financial institution only serving communities.