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Hey guys, I'm running a very small business that will net no more than 10k a year. I think a seperate personal account will be fine.

Most of my transactions are going to be paypal and venmo based. Money will be leaving and going back into the checking account quite often.

about 40% of my payments will be debit and the rest paypal / venomo. Nearly all of my incoming money will be by paypal, venmo, and zelle.

Since some of my transactions are based off zelle.and venmo, i need a bank that will back me up if someone tries.l to scam me. So preferably one with good customer service thats not too difficuklt to get a hold of.

I'm mainly using this account to keep tracks of my losses / gains and for tax purposes.

I will almost never be using my debit card at an atm or in a foreign country.

Accounts that require you to maintain a huge min balance for x amount of time are probably not idea as like I said previously, money comes in and out of his account often.

TIA

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Chase Bank is a great bank or Navy Federal
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I'm not sure any will back you up on venmo, and zelle
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Why are you set on doing business with debit transactions? Get your bank account setup, but use a business credit card for your payments. Then you can float the money a little bit before you pay AND you'll get way better security for bad transactions.
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GO with a credit union instead of a typical bank. All the same services with little or no fees. Saves you a lot of money.
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