One Summer Chicago Youth Banking Coalition Locator 2017
What do I need to bring to the bank?
- Opening deposit
- Driver’s License/State ID
In some cases youth under 17 may use a school ID.
- Social security card
Some banks will accept ITIN. Ask about this if you are not eligible for a social security number.
Here are a few tips to make your banking experience a success!
- Ask for a One Summer Chicago Youth Bank Account with these features:
Say NO to overdraft! (Your debit card will decline if you don’t have funds instead of racking up extra charges.)
Ask what you need to do to avoid any fees! (Ask about online statements, transaction limits or requirements, minimum balance, age limits, etc.)
Keep your account information, YOUR PIN & sensitive identification information PRIVATE and SECURE. DO NOT take checks from sources you do not trust. Set up email or text alerts & track account activity online. (Checks deposited via mobile phone, CANNOT be deposited again!)
Turn in your direct deposit form to your employer with proof of bank account & update your employer with any account changes!
- No monthly fees
- Low Minimum
- No overdraft
- FDIC Insured
- Online Access & Convenient Branches or ATMs
REMEMBER: If you have ANY questions, you can reach out to your banker. Get their contact information! To learn more about avoiding fraud & managing your account well, visit LRNG.org/Chicago – Pay Day Ready.
Information is provided for educational purposes only and is subject to change. Check with each financial institution individually for up to date details.