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Default Any banks work besides BoA?

I have used many of Bank of America accounts. How about Citibank and CapitalOne? Do they work as well?
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Why do you want to switch? Did something happen?
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HSBC is nice.
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5/3 i think. Chase, Huntington, Key, PNC, etc.
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Maybe it is overkill, but I always try to limit the amount deposited into a single account each month. My reasoning is that higher amounts are likely to trigger a review, at least at first.

This has never happened to me, though. So maybe it is not an issue. I always try to anticipate the next problem. Of course, planning for every contingency is impossible, but I always try to limit my risk wherever I can. I'm very conservative when it comes to business matters.
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I have used many of Bank of America accounts. How about Citibank and CapitalOne? Do they work as well?

There is an ENTIRE Thread with a List on Banks That work with Paypal,, Use the Search Bar on the Upper Left hand side of Every Page to Find it,,,
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Wells Fargo.
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TD Bank .
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Stay away from Capital One. Hasnt worked for a long time now.
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Suntrust all the way. They even let you change account numbers all the time.
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Does huntington allow sub accounts to be opened? hsbc is 3 bucks a month
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im not having any issues with capital one. i have been using them for a month now, with mismatched info.
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chase has been the best for me and I have five accounts with them and you can open more online
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People on here keep saying there is a thread with a list of good banks to use. But i have searched and i can't find this thread. How about someone that knows it's location turn it into a sticky since it seems to be a question that is asked very often?
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If you get the Stealth Book it has banks, credit cards and a pile of other stuff.
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People on here keep saying there is a thread with a list of good banks to use. But i have searched and i can't find this thread. How about someone that knows it's location turn it into a sticky since it seems to be a question that is asked very often?
It's in the subscriber section, as well as in the Stealth Book.
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