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  7. Here are a few links regarding Chexsystems' relevance being diminished: http://www.ag.ny.gov/press-release/ag-schneiderman-announces-commitment-capital-one-expand-access-bank-accounts-consumers http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/08/01/new-york-investigates-disqualification-of-customers-by-banks/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0 http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/07/30/over-a-million-are-denied-bank-accounts-for-past-errors/?_r=0 Also, NCUA, the credit union industry's equivalent to the FDIC, is not too fond of CUs utilizing Chexsystems. In fact, they suggest it's contrary to the original intentions when credit unions were initially established. Read this opinion: http://www.ncua.gov/Legal/OpinionLetters/OL1999-0435.pdf
  8. I have an entry on Chexsystems that is almost five years old. It actually doesn't even belong to me, but rather to my father with whom I share my name. The last four digits of the SSN on the report don't even closely match mine. However, Chexsystems is steadfast in their refusal to remove it. To that end, I have had to circumvent Chexsystems and open my accounts at banks that do not subscribe to that silly service. In my experience, there are many credit unions that do not pull Chexsystems, including NASA FCU, PSECU, PenFed, Navy Federal, Apple FCU are just a few. I know Dept. of Commerce FCU unquestionably pulls Chexsystems, as does Alliant FCU, SECU, Georgia's Own, Congressional Federal and Dept. of Agriculture FCU. Additionally, I've found from experience that Chase and Citi uses Chexsystems, but SunTrust, TD, USAA and WF do not. I have come to realize, much to my satisfaction and surely to their chagrin, that Chexsystems' relevance and influence in the banking industry is slowly eroding. I hope this helps those of you who are stuck under the thumb of Chexsystems.
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