Second Chance Credit Unions in Michigan – Credit Unions Details

Credit Union ONEHere is a list of the credit unions offering second chance banking service in the state of MI. If you have been remarked by The Chexsystems, those non-Chexsystems credit unions will help you.

List of Credit Unions Offering 2nd Chance Checking Accounts in MI

I updated the post. And here are five credit unions that are reported to offering 2nd chance checking accounts in MI.

Clarkston Brandon Community Credit Union

Cornerstone Community Financial Credit Union

Credit Union One:
Banks and Accounts Details: It is reported that the credit union can even accomodate customers who have negative ChexSystems records.

Covantage Credit Union:
Banks and Accounts Details: The credit union will offer every new member with a fee-free checking account. But if you want to apply for the membership, you are required to be one of those who work or live in the specified areas including Iron and Dickinson in MI.

Affinity Group Credit Union:
Banks and Accounts Details: The Credit Union serves in several counties including Livingston, Monroe, Macomb, Oakland and Wayne.

Consumers Credit Union:
Banks and Accounts Details: This Credit Union is headquartered in Kalamazoo in 1951. And now it has assets of more than $323 million and serves in South Haven, Lawton, Holland, Coldwater, Portage and Kalamazoo.

Copoco Community Credit Union:
Banks and Accounts Details: The Credit Union can provides its customers with almost all kind of financial services including online banking, mortgages, loans, savings accounts and checking accounts.

Rockford Community Federal Credit Union:
Co-op Services Credit Union:
Central Macomb Community Credit Union:
More Credit Unions::
Rockford Community Federal Credit Union:
Western Discticts Members Credit Union:
FEDCOM Credit Union:
United Bay Community Credit Union:
United Federal Credit Union:
Elga Credit Union:
Tri-Pointe Credit Union:
Kent County Credit Union:
Motor City Co-op Credit Union:
Lake Trust Credit Union:
Preferred FCU:

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