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Early Warning Services

Early Warning Services (previously known as Primary Payment Systems) is a database similar to ChexSystems and Telecheck. It is used by banks to decided whether to open a checking account for a new customer.

 EWS is jointly owned by Bank Of America, BB&T Corporation, Capital One, JP Morgan Chase, Wachovia, and Wells Fargo.

Their account opening services include identity verification, a database of account-related information, such as unpaid overdrafts, and verification of outside accounts that are being used to fund an opening deposit.

EWS is also used by banks when screening job applicants, and may specifically contain employment information, such as being fired for financial misconduct.

 

Early Warning Services

8777 East Harford Drive, Suite 110

Scottsdale, AZ 85255

(800) 325-7775

http://www.earlywarning.com/

 

 

 

 

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