Chase College Checking
Chase College Checking
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Chase College Checking Rates
Chase College Checking Fees
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Chase College Checking ATM & Debit Card Usage
|ATM Network Size||16000 ATMs|
|3% (and $5)|
Chase College Checking Pros & Cons
Generous signup bonus.
Access to huge number of ATMs nationwide.
No monthly fee for college students.
Mobile banking apps available.
No interest rate / APY.
No ATM fees reimbursement.
Chase College Checking Additional Info
|$0 per month|
|Students ages 18-24 can open an account online or at a Chase branch. 17-year-olds must open at a Chase branch.|
Chase College Checking Q&A
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How much is my limit to take out money out of an ATM?
How can I deposit money into my granddaughter college checking account?
Would they give me a $500 loan if I pay back today?
I have a Chase College checking account. Shouldn’t I be exempt from the $6 monthly service fee?
Can I open a Chase College checking account if I'm over 24?
You cannot open a Chase College checking account if you're over 24. Only college students between 17-24 years of age at account opening can get the account, if they provide proof of student status.
How do I turn off overdraft protection?
What is the lowest amount you can have on your Chase debit card before they start charging your card?
What fees are charged for using a STAR Network ATM? Specifically the one at CSU Cal Maritime Academy, 200 Maritime Academy Drive, Vallejo CA 94590
What type of ID do I need to open a Chase College checking account?
To open a Chase College checking account online you need your Social Security Number and a driver's license or state issued ID.
To open the account in a branch, you will need 2 forms of identification. For example you can use a Social Security Card, Taxpayer Identification Number, driver's license...
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