Since I'm in the hole right now with one of my banks...I do have another bank, but to tell you the truth right now, I'm thinking of closing that one too. I'm nervous that somehow some of these places will get the information. Do you think that the wisest thing to do right now, then maybe once the smoke clears I can get an account at one of those "free start" banks? One question, would we just get our paychecks cashed at the store or somewhere like walmart?
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