Banks and financial institutions use Consumer Reporting Agencies to measure the potential risk of a new bank account customer. If your name and personal information has been reported to Chex Systems and/or Early Warning Services, you will not be able to open a new bank account.

Your personal information will stay on-file with the Consumer Reporting Agency for 5 Years unless you take action to be cleared.

Financial Institutions lose billions of dollars every year because of bad checks, account abuse and fraud. This is why all financial institutions now use Consumer Reporting Agencies to measure the potential risk of customers requesting to open up new bank accounts. The final decision whether or not to open the new bank account is decided by the bank.

If your bank account has been closed, or you have been denied the opportunity of opening a new bank account, this will create a major inconvenience to you.

  • Where do I cash my pay check?

  • How will I pay my bills?

  • What if my job requires direct deposit, what do I do?

  • I can’t open my new business without a business checking account.

There are many obstacles and consequences involved when you can’t have a bank account. There are many fees involved with check cashing stores, restrictions with second chance accounts, buying money orders to pay bills, and what do you do if you job requires you to have a bank account for direct deposit?

Ready to remove your negatives off of Chex Systems & Early Warning and get your bank account back !

Price for removal is $175.00 / 30-45 days for removal ! 

ORDER YOUR CHEX SYSTEMS REPORT 

ORDER YOUR EARLY WARNING REPORT 

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This program is not intended to be used as a method of defrauding banks, creditors, or any other organization that requires your social security number as identification. This program is not a method to avoid paying your existing or future debts. If you created the debt, you are responsible to repay that debt. However, we will not support, facilitate, nor condone any fraudulent activity. The information here is informational purposes only and for you to use at your own risk. We are not lawyers or any legal services. We have a non refund policy because of the work needed to give you the info.  

 

Affordable Financials has posted this message in plain sight on the front page of our webpage so consumers can be aware "CPN's" are defined as any 9 digit number which can be used for credit; such as a SSN, ITIN, TIN, or EIN and it is very clear the largest warehouser of converted 9 digit government issued numbers; such as, ITIN, TIN, SSN, and EIN ARE IN FACT FOUND THROUGH OUT THE BANKING WORLD AND WITHIN THE BANKS DATABASE and ATTACHED TO CREDIT AND LOAN FOLDER LEGALLY ORIGINATED BY THESE SAME BANKS.

IT IS OUR STATEMENT THAT Affordable Financials IS NOT ENGAGING IN ANY PROHIBITED BUSINESS ACTIVITIES SUCH AS: A. Representing, expressly or by implication, that through the use of our products or services, consumers can alter their identifying information to conceal adverse credit information from consumers' credit records, credit histories, or credit ratings, including but not limited to the use of Employer Identification Numbers ("EINs"), Taxpayer Identification Numbers ("TINs"), or alternative Social Security Numbers in lieu of the consumers' own Social Security Numbers; B. Representing that the building of a new credit record by applying for credit using an EIN, a TIN, or an alternate social security number instead of a consumer's own social security number is legal; C. Misrepresenting any material fact concerning the ability of our products or services to perform or provide any credit-related function for consumers, including but not limited to improving consumers' credit reports or profiles, consolidating debt, obtaining or arranging a loan, or obtaining or arranging any extension of credit; and D. Misrepresenting any fact material to a consumer's decision to purchase our products or services. E. Representing, expressly or by implication, that through the use of our products or services, consumers can alter their identifying information to conceal adverse credit information from consumers' credit records, credit histories, or credit ratings, including but not limited to the use of Dun & Bradstreet Numbers ("DBNs"), Employer Identification Numbers ("EINs"), Taxpayer Identification Numbers ("TINs"), or alternative Social Security Numbers in lieu of the consumers' own Social Security Numbers; F. Representing that the building of a new credit record by applying for credit using a DBN, EIN, a TIN, or an alternate Social Security Number instead of a consumer's own Social Security Number is legal; G. Misrepresenting any material fact concerning the ability of our products or services to perform or provide any credit-related function for consumers, including but not limited to improving consumers' credit reports or profiles, consolidating debt, obtaining or arranging a loan, or obtaining or arranging any extension of credit; and H. Misrepresenting any fact material to a consumer's decision to purchase our products or services.