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My experiance was good no complaints here but i have a proposition for those that have a credit score 780 or higher if you have hard inquaries i will remove them for free i am in the credit repair business im on facebook my business name is cachets fast credit repair please contact me to learn more about getting your hard inquaries removed for free.
Chase Bank is not a five star bank some of the associates and managers are so unprofessional that it is ridiculous, They say their calls are monitored and when asked to listen to them so we can solve the problems they don't review or pull them up and they accuse you of the negligent of their employees, I have been with them for over 25 years and their has been too many mistakes on their part and not rectified it's always the customer fault, I have never been more humiliated in my entire life and both of my checks are direct deposits their a VA pension and my social security. I think I will write our Congress about this issue and I won't stop until it has been heard and resolved!…show more
Did the online deposit with checks. Even a payroll check. Sometimes it works in 2 days sometimes it takes two weeks. In the meantime they pay the auto pay but charge you 35$ for over draft even if it shows you have the money in the account but because they sit on it for two weeks you get screwed. Never have deposited a bad check and you would think they would treat customers better. And yet I'm a dummy cause I stay loyal to them. Find a bank that will treat you right…show more
Chase Bank has removed all Tellers ( traditional tellers they say), and replaced with Teller Advisers. There is no cash access for the Tellers, just there to guide you through their new Boutique Design, Data Center Bullshenter. Check out my real life experience: Unknown to me, my Debit card chip is malfunctioning. Also unknown to me is Chase sees the malfunction and it triggers a fraud review, placing a hold on my account. The hold goes into effect Saturday morning with no text or e-mail advisory to myself. Essentially the weekend is a loss. I find out about the hold when I actually call CHASE at the ATM in their local office, now a teller-less autobot, too large for the space they rent, indoor volleyball court. now I am in the know that my card has been placed on fraud review hold and it will be removed and good to use almost immediately.
NEXT DAY.....Card is no good because chip is the real problem. Monday, I show up at Data Center Bullshenter...they cannot issue any cash because the castrated Tellers have no access to something like cash. I am told to walk 1/2 mile to the next CHASE location where they can help me. with a vacation three days away and the need to have a replacement card and cash for the weekend......off for a long walk in the rain I went. New location was able to issue me cash, order me a new card, apologize for the useless Bullshenter 500 feet from my house.
Finally, if I would do everything on my phone, never-mind I presently do all of my banking on line, but not good enough, they insist on phone apps, which I choose NOT for personal security reasons. The Bullshenter would help only if I went phone app.
Here come the robots folks....RUN!!!
Number one goal upon return from vacation......NEW BANK!!!…show more
Absolutely HORRIBLE bank! I was given a $1,000 check from my Mother and took it to her CHASE bank to cash. Since I do not have an account at the bank, they told me that there would be an $8 charge. That is ridiculous in itself, but then the teller comes back to tell me that they can't cash the check. My mother has over $40,000 in the account, yet they wouldn't cash the check for "her protection." What a bunch of BS. She called the bank and regional manager, and all they said was "well, he can deposit it at his own bank". Needless to say, that would result in a 5-business day hold, so that isn't the best option! What the hell good is CHASE BANK if they wont cash a $1,000 check?? Absolutely pathetic. You can bet that I WILL NEVER have an account at Chase. You can also guarantee that I will tell people about this asinine policy for a long time coming. What a worthless business.…show more
Do NOT put your money into Chase Bank! This bank, even compared to Wells Fargo and BOA, is on another level of unethical behavior. I had thousands of dollars stolen from me and this bank had non-existent fraud protection as well as no coverage for the fraud whatsoever. And it was their fault I was compromised as they had information stolen from them. I spoke to many people higher up in the company who openly admit to their unethical business practices that they only care about their own interests and profits (even if they must use loopholes) than to look out for their customers. THIS BANK ABSOLUTELY WILL STEAL YOUR MONEY AT SOME POINT IN TIME. I was scammed and will never use this bank or any national bank again until the government actually puts together laws that prevent these scammers from using loopholes to profit off their customers.
FYI, if you have even 1 cent stolen from your account and then your account drained exactly 60 days later, this bank will refuse to help recover your funds. This means, don't just review your statements, make sure you log in every single day (or just don't use this bank) to see if even 1 penny was fraudulently drawn from your account. Chase will say its been sixty days since that penny and won't help you. Additionally, if you even recover the funds yourself, they'll refuse to allow the funds to go into YOUR bank account (even though it costs them nothing). Completely unethical!…show more
Hola mi nonbre es Erik villanueva tengo aproxcimada mente 17 años con chase y nunca avia tenido problema con este banco asta ase unos dias atras llame pidiendo alluda aservicio al clinte y que in satifecho co el servico que me diero nose porque agaran personas sin experienci niguna para poder alludar ise unpago de liquilacion de un carro lo ise /8/16\18 lo page al wellfargo y todavia no lo anrecivido porque mi banco chase no lo apagado lo tube que canselar por que uno delos representante no me dio nin gun detalle de los 6,331.05 que yo pague de las tres personas que me allufaran nadie pudo alludarme me gustari saver el nonbre delas dos personas que me alludaron con la persone que able se llama gaby no quiso dar de talles de las dos personas que me alludaron dos supuesta mente superbisores del servicio al clinte y ninguno de ellos tinen la capacidad de poderle alludar alas personas que servio mas inutil pues nada mas queda de cambirme de banco atenta mente Erik vilanueva…show more
Great service, both in person and through the phone. When I had a credit card stolen, was able to cancel and order a replacement immediately through the app. Unfortunately Chase doesn't have branches in the DC area yet, but it is announced it will open up to 70 branches around DC, MD and VA. Overall, highly recommended.
Customer service at one of the Columbus (OH) branch was excellent. The officer guide me through the whole process with a very welcoming attitude. I have not had any issues with the Checking Account until now, except for the facts that fees when not meeting the requirements might be a little steep. Also, their online banking platform might not be the most user friendly compared to other banks.
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.
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.
When you go to a Chase branch to apply for the Chase Liquid prepaid card, you need to have two forms of identification, including a valid photo ID on you. For further details, please call customer service at 1-800-935-9935.
A liquid bank account is one that allows cash to be withdrawn easily and without penalty. Checking and savings accounts are the most common examples of liquid bank accounts, but money market accounts and prepaid cards can qualify too. The fact that liquid indicates easy access to cash is one reason why Chase calls its prepaid card the Liquid Card.