As many as the owner wants.
Only one owner can exist all others are listed as authorized users.
There is no limit.
Mucho Services Business.
Many Single Businesses.
Money Service Business
Member Service Business
Ice cream palors.
Employees stealing pens and pencils.
ID Theft committed by business owner impersonators.
Stolen credit cards.
Stealing cash from the office.
Yes, but it must be run through the business inquiry and not the individual inquiry.
No. We do not verify business EIN or TIN's through ChexSystems.
No. As long as we have the correct paperwork we do not need to run ChexSystems.
No. As long as the individual passes ChexSystems the account can be opened.
No the EIN number is only issued to one business and not a person.
No. If an EIN fails or has a record returned that must be a typo.
Yes. The IRS and Social Security Administration may use the same number for different purposes.
No. An EIN number is only used by the IRS.
Yes if they are an authorized signer they can do whatever they want.
No. The operating agreement specifices who has control and must be reviewed before the account is touched.
Yes but the check has to be made payable to the business.
Yes. The other person on the account can have all the money.
Yes as long as we have proper identification.
Yes. If the member passes ChexSystems itis ok to open an account.
No. All paperwork must be dated and all individuals on the paperwork must be verified with valid identification.
Yes. The paperwork is good for the life of the business and we do not need any dates.
No if the name of the business is ABC Roofing then it has to be specifically written without periods. A.B.C. Roofing could be a completely different company and use the same initials.
Yes. As long as the name of the business is written the same the punctuation does not matter.
Yes. As long as the names of the people are spelled correctly it does not matter.
Yes. The Department of State does not care.
No. The address must always match.
Yes. People change their addresses all the time.
Yes. As long as they have the proof of address with us.
Yes. We only need to verify that the primary owner has the correct address on file.
Yes. Most business have a P.O. Box.
No. They must use a street address.
Yes. As long as they have identification on them with a street address.
Yes. The individual only needs to provide proof of address not the business.
The last check number that was paid from the account to make sure it is in range.
The identification that the individual is presenting is valid.
The person in front of me is the payee on the check.
All of the above.
Ask a supervisor for help.
Wing it and hope I am right.
Proceed and hope that fraud catches anything I enter wrong.
Call Chuck Sanford and ask him what to do.