Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Non chexsystems banks list 2012

Last year 2011 chexsystems.info seen a dramatically rising searches for a Non ChexSystems Banks list.This is a Non chexsystems banks list 2012 which defines latestNon ChexSystems Banks.So this complete list of Non ChexSystems Banks going to help you a little bit to get a complete list in order to get yourself out from chexsystems list.There is also some Union banks is still offering Non ChexSystems Banks since last year 2011 and continuing providing a free second chance checking account to people.This list is ongoing, and please let me know if there is any discrepancy and contribute to chexystems.info.

Access National BankVirginiawww.accessnationalbank.com
Apple Creek Banking CompanyOhioN/A
Armed Forces Bank (military)Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wyomingwww.afbank.com
Bank CarolineSouth Carolinawww.bankcaroline.com
Bank of GueydanLouisianaN/A
Bank of NashvilleTennesseewww.bankofnashville.com
Bank of PensacolaFloridawww.bankofpensacola.com
Boone County National BankMissouriwww.boonebank.com
Capital City BankAlabama, Florida, Georgiawww.ccbg.com
Chester National BankIllinois, Missouriwww.chesternationalbank.com
Citizens State BankMichiganwww.mycommunitybank.com
City National Bank & TrustOklahomawww.cnbok.com
Community Bank & TrustOklahomawww.banktulsa.com
Elizabethton Federal Savings BankTennesseewww.elizfed.com
Elk Horn Bank & TrustArkansaswww.ehbt.com
Equitable Savings and LoanColoradowww.equitable-savings.com
First Convenience BankTexaswww.1stcb.com
First Internet Bank of IndianaIndianawww.firstib.com
First State BankMichiganwww.thefsb.com
First State BankKansaswww.fsbkcks.com
First State Bank of MendotaIllinoiswww.fsbmendota.com
First United BankColoradowww.1stunitedbank.com
Fort Sill National Bank (military)California, Delaware, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texaswww.fsnb.com
Fremont National Bank & TrustNebraskawww.fremontnational.com
Glenview State BankIllinoiswww.gsb.com
Greenville National BankOhiowww.greenvillenationalbank.com
ING DirectOnline - Nationwidewww.ingdirect.com
Kevil BankKentuckyN/A
Keystone Savings BankIowawww.keystonesavings.com
Keywest BankFloridawww.keywest-bank.com
Marketplace BankFloridaN/A
Merchants BankAlabamawww.merchantsbk.com
Old Florida BankFloridawww.oldflbank.com
Omega BankPennsylvaniawww.omegafinancial.com
Peoples Trust & Savings BankIowawww.ptsbank.com
Prosperity BankFloridawww.prosperitybank.com
Regions BankAlabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia
Renasant BankAlabama, Mississippi, Tennesseewww.renasantbank.com
Savings InstituteConnecticutwww.savingsinstitute.com
Security Bank of Southwest MissouriMissouriN/A
Suntrust BankAlabama, Arkansas, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginiawww.suntrust.com
TCF BankArizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsinwww.tcfexpress.com
Teche Federal BankLouisianawww.teche.com
The Farmers State BankOhiowww.thefarmersstatebank.com
USAA (military)Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, Texas, Virginiawww.usaa.com
Valley State BankKansaswww.valleystatebank.com
Wayne County BankTennesseewww.waynecountybank.com

If you found that any banks above updated not to use chexsystems please do tell us about it.Also if you care to share banks that do not use chexsystems also are welcome to share it in below comment column.Thanks!

Thursday, February 9, 2012

eFunds Corporation companies

eFunds Corporation (this is the parent company of ChexSystems and all companies listed below):

Penly, Inc.
Loss Control Systems
ClearCommerce Corporation
National Check Protection Services (NCPS)
India Switch Company Private Limited/ATM Management Business
WildCard Systems, Inc.
Delux Electronic Payment Systems
eFunds “Classic”
iDLX Technology Partners
Oasis Technology, Ltd.



Tuesday, February 7, 2012

About eFunds Corporation

eFunds Corporation (NYSE: EFD) is an industry leader with nearly 30 years of experience and expertise in electronic payments. eFunds provides electronic transaction software and processing, ATM solutions, risk management and global outsourcing solutions to financial institutions, electronic funds transfer networks, government agencies and retailers around the world.

Committed to providing excellent customer service and award-winning products, eFunds enables its clients to reduce transaction and infrastructure costs, detect potential fraud and enhance relationships with their customers. eFunds is one of the largest third-party processors of electronic funds transfers (EFT), is a leading ATM deployer in North America, and is the provider of the world's largest debit database. www.eFunds.com.

Statements made in this release concerning the Company's or management's intentions, expectations, or predictions about future results or events are "forward-looking statements'' within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements are necessarily subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to vary from stated expectations, and such variations could be material and adverse. Factors that could result in such a variation include, but are not limited to, the inherent unreliability of earnings and revenue growth predictions due to numerous factors, including many beyond the Company's control, potential difficulties, delays and unanticipated expenses inherent in the development and marketing of new products and services, competitive factors, and the numerous risks and potential additional costs, disruptions and delays associated with the establishment of new business initiatives. Additional information concerning these and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company's current expectations is contained in the Company's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the period ending March 31, 2004.

eFunds Corporation
Gainey Center II, Suite 300
8501 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85253

For additional information: Thom Brodeur Brodeur Worldwide 602-808-1165 tbrodeur@brodeur.com Chuck Doherty Fiserv, Inc. 262-879-5966 chuck.doherty@fiserv.com

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Efunds chexsystems

eFunds Corporation (NYSE: EFD), a leading provider of risk management, electronic payments, ATM and global outsourcing solutions, on 2004 announced an enhanced agreement between Chex Systems, Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary of eFunds Corporations, and Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a provider of industry leading information management systems and services to the financial industry. Key to the agreement, which continues a 15-year relationship between the companies, is tighter integration of the ChexSystems(SM) product suite into Fiserv's banking and credit union core processing systems, which will provide improved workflow and decisioning capabilities to Fiserv clients.

eFunds' ChexSystems(SM) product suite boasts advanced identity verification, fraud prevention, risk management and revenue optimization software and services.

"Fiserv is committed to providing the expertise and proven technology solutions that support branch automation and seamless integration for the delivery of critical data and reports to our clients," said Norm Balthasar, Fiserv senior executive vice president and chief operating officer. "Our agreement with eFunds will provide our clients with the best technology, data, analytics, and services to help open more profitable accounts and improve the new account opening process."

The ChexSystems(SM) product suite helps financial services providers perform all of the necessary steps to verify consumer identities and assess the potential for fraud with new account applications. Further, the ChexSystems(SM) product suite ensures compliance with Section 326 of the USA PATRIOT Act, analyzes the risk of each account, and provides real-time decision solutions that allow appropriate privilege setting and maximizes cross-selling opportunities.