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Worst company anyone can go to. First off I had to wait 2 weeks to receive my card, may I remind you they were supposed to send it rushed meaning I was supposed to get it the next day, when I called to let someone know I was told to go to a branch, and they didn’t try to help me, then I end up closing my account the next day the following day my job deposited some funds into my account tell me why it takes few days to reverse the funds when the funds are available!!!!!! so that way my company can cut me a check, bad place to do business with, all my friends are closing their chase account cause it sets a bad reputation!!! Sad!
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Joe Fejeran @dyjofe09
3 Star Rating
I have tried to link my chase liquid prepaid debit card to Postmates for quick payout of my earnings but unable to do so as I keep getting a message that it is a credit card and can only use prepaid debit cards.
I can assist you with that. Do you have number to be reached
1 Star Rating
I dont like the fact i deposited a check now im waiting 2 weeks for my funds... never again will i do that again. Had I would of know that I would of never did it. I've been emailing then and no reply buck from anyone.... not cool... waiting for my own money
So far I am very happy with this account. From reading the reviews on this site, I think this account is miss understood. THIS IS NOT A PRE-PAID CREDIT CARD!!! Please stop comparing Chase Liquid to them! It's more of a light risk (for you and the bank) checking account. This account does not act like a credit card. I doubt they even report to the credit agencies like credit card's do. If you are considering getting this account type, please be informed. This account is not to build your credit. Its to get into Chase and have of there great features with a poor banking/credit history.
Don't bother applying for Chase Liquid if you have any negative reports in your Chex systems file. Chase runs a Chex file review for it's prepaid card unlike other prepaid cards. You also have to go into a branch to apply which is inconvenient.
I live at Grant. Al and i couldn't find the card any where. What do you advice?
Tony Serrano @tonys_7
5 Star Rating
I've had this card for almost 3 years now and have had no issues at all. So they charge $4.95 a month, big deal. The flexibility and customer service I receive are worth it. Plus the fact that I can get documents notarized for free at my local branch because I have this account when needed is great. On top of that, they've started using the security chip on the card as well. I'll take this card over any other prepaid card any day.
I have it my husband got it also and we love it. I have had no problems the use is easy, everything is explained up front . I had unauthorized purchases and they called, texted and emailed as soon as it happened
The Chase Liquid Card is a prepaid card, which means it's very similar to the combination of a checking account and a debit card – just without the checkbook. According to WalletHub's editors, the Chase Liquid Card is especially good for people who want to avoid check-cashing fees as well as those who can conveniently access Chase ATMs. You can learn more about it from WalletHub's review at: https://wallethub.com/edu/chase-liquid-prepaid-card-review/25662/
There is no fee to open a Chase Liquid account, so you'll only need to make an initial deposit of $25+ to get started. You will, however, need to visit a Chase branch because you can't get the Liquid Card online.
No, unfortunately you cannot overdraft with your Chase Liquid Prepaid Card. You can learn more about the Chase Liquid Prepaid Card from WalletHub's full review at: https://wallethub.com/edu/chase-liquid-prepaid-card-review/25662/
Chase Liquid is a prepaid card, which is similar to a traditional checking account with a linked debit card but not quite the same thing. Funds deposited to a Chase Liquid Card are held in in a special custodial account and are FDIC-insured up to $250,000, just like bank account deposits. So the biggest difference you'll experience is likely to be the lack of a physical checkbook.