Second Chance Banks in Hawaii – Banks and Credit Unions Details

HomeStreet BankAre you still looking for a smart solution because that you have been reported to Chexsystems and want to rebuild personal finance in HI? Here are some 2nd chance banks and credit unions may help you. And if you find some banks offering 2nd chance banking services in HI, please make a comment here. And I’ll update the post as soon as possible for all readers’ convenience.

List of Banks and Credit Unions Offering 2nd Chance Checking Accounts in HI

Navy Federal Credit Union‘s site is www.navyfederal.org. Navy Federal has several branches serving almost all Hawaii including Kailua, Kapolei, Honolulu, Kapaa, Waimea, Eleele and Lihue. Anyone would be eligible for a new account of this credit union if one of their family members works or worked for Coast Guard, Marine Corps or Navy.

HomeStreet Bank: www.homestreetbank.com
Banks and Accounts Details: HomeStreet Bank, opened in 1921, has 4 branches in HI including Hilo, Kahului, Honolulu and Pearl city. And it has become one of the largest and most popular community banks in two states of HI and NW.

Kauai Community Federal Credit Union: kcfcu.org
Banks and Accounts Details: The credit union has assets of more than $300 million and members of over 32,000. It serves in HI with four branches such as Kapaa, Lihue, Eleele and Waimea.

Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union: www.hicommfcu.com
Banks and Accounts Details: The FCU serves several communities in Kohala and Kona. It is a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative which has more than 35,000 members now.

CU Hawaii Federal Credit Union: cuhawaii.com
Banks and Accounts Details: Organized in 1955, it has become a full-service credit union which serves in HI with more than 25,000 members and $245 million in assets now.

Hawaii Federal Credit Union: www.hawaiifcu.org
Banks and Accounts Details: Founded in 1937, the FCU serves in Honolulu and has become a financial cooperative with assets of $2.9 million.

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2 Responses to Second Chance Banks in Hawaii – Banks and Credit Unions Details

  1. Kevin Cody says:

    Hemostat uses cheksystems…new list please?

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