Why spend hundreds of dollars a year at a check-cashing company when you can deposit your money in a free or low-cost account and pay your bills at no additional cost? Today, everybody can get an account at a bank or credit union. Even if you've had problems with an account in the past, have never had an account before, or don't have a Social Security number, you can still bank in Providence with Bank on Providence.
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- Over 30 bank and credit union branches are participating in Bank on Providence. Look for the "Bank on Providence" sign in the window of your local branch
- An estimated 12,000 Providence Households have no checking or savings account
- Without a bank account, the average person will spend 5% of their income at check cashers each year
Why do I need an account?
By opening a bank account, you can take an important step toward financial security. With a free or low-cost account, you can start to save for the future and establish a credit history that will help you enter the financial mainstream and achieve your dreams.
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