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May 12, 2012
 
Many of these people were victimized when they tried to get away from Chase, and some weren‘t even Chase customers.
Chase is the biggest STOCKHOLDER in the ‘Federal Reserve’ company, and force big banks to be corrupt.
Chase arrogantly violates federal law tens of thousands of times, and thumbs their nose at Obama’s loan modification laws.
Chase Bank is organized crime, determined to help destroy the economy.
Chase Bank obviously seems to be trying to drive customers away because now they have BIG MONEY from European investors, and don’t want the hassle of dealing with U.S. customers who aren’t wealthy.
So, how can people be so stupid that they still bank with Chase? Those who stay with Chase, and those who start doing business with Chase, deserve to be victimized, except for those who have Chase mortgages and can‘t get away.
Every American has the right to criticize Chase customers, and refuse to do business with companies that bank there.
This discussion will give details of complaints against Chase.
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May 12, 2012
 
Chase told me last year I could open a business account with NO service fee since I had a personal checking and savings account and I opened it with $100. Now it's 07/30/2011, that account is overdrawn $12. They've been charging that business account $12/month service fee and now there's no money, but a debt there. What happened to "no fee"? They said no fee for either the business OR personal account, not both.

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May 12, 2012
 
I received a text message from Chase stating I had overdrawn money, when I knew for a fact I have not touched my card for about a week.
This also happened about two weeks ago. However, this time, I was on the phone with Chase for over two hours, was hung up on two different times and was treated very poorly. Nobody was able to explain the reasoning for this overdrawn charge. I spoke with at least five different people and everyone gave me a different story, stating it was from June, July, even stating it was from May when it is now August. Nobody could give me a straight answer. Finally, they accused me of using my card when I was really at work.
I have never been treated so poorly, and felt as if they weren't willing to hear my side of the story. Nobody would listen and everyone just kept stating it needed to be paid. Again, a charge from May when it is now August. I find that very hard to believe. But again, nobody seemed to know what they were talking about as I did speak to about five different people. I am very upset with Chase and their staff

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May 12, 2012
 
The fees they charge for savings accounts are ridiculous. I was looking over a statement from June and found that after four withdrawal transactions, I was charged $12. Then after another transaction another $12. Again, another transaction, and another $12. One more transaction and one more $12 then one for $18.
They say this is due to Federal Regulations, or whatever, but I think it is the bank's way of obtaining more money from me!
Also, according to their website, I am allowed 6 withdraws before the first charge and mine happened before the 6th, so what the **?

(Chase is the Rothschilds''Federal Reserve' private company's #1, so Chase is blaming itself here.)

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May 12, 2012
 
The bank held money from our business checking account due to a "lien" being placed, wrongfully, by a party we were in a lawsuit with. Chase received two separate court orders to release the lien and return the bank NSF fees they charged against our account as a result of the lien. Initially, they returned the fees and lien. Then, they put the money on hold again taking over $8,000.00 in NSF fees from our business account.
The judge provided a court order to release all the NSF fees back into our account from the date that Chase held the funds out again for the second time. The bank also had two statements, one online and the other hard copy sent in the mail. The statement in the mail (also the one the IRS sees) did not reflect the funds on hold, however, the online bank statements printed showed the funds on hold (and the bank claimed that they weren't) but we showed the judge that they did. She agreed and ordered the repayment of fees and lien to be lifted again.
I'm not sure why they have two bank statements for the same account; other than to shield the money they were holding from the IRS for whatever reason (money they were banking interest on that was not reflected in the "real" bank statement). We have paid attorney's fees and Chase did not return attorney phone calls. Now we are facing more attorney fees while this "wonderful bank" continues to be in contempt of the court order demanding the refund of our NSF fees

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May 12, 2012
 
I went into Chase Bank in Beverly Hills to open a checking account. The new accounts person informed me he couldn't open an account for me because my Social Security number was already in use for an existing account. I told him that it's illegal for a person to use an SS number not assigned to them. He said the bank policy is "first come, first served" and, since my SS number was already in use, he would be happy to open an account for me "using the SS of a relative, friend, or just make one up". I told him that was unacceptable.
I went to the Social Security office and got a statement from them proving my SS number. I went back to Chase and demanded they close the fraudulent account. They told me to contact their Security/Fraud department, which I did.
I informed them of the problem and requested they comply with the law and give me the fraudulent acct info and close the account. They told me that I could fill out their form and send it in, but they would not comply with the law and give me the account info or close the account.
The person said "The law doesn't apply to Chase Bank. We will not give any customer account info to you, the Police, the FBI or anybody else! If you don't like it, it's too bad", and hung up on me.
After discussing this with my accountant, he said it was the best thing that ever happened to me! My lucky day! He said from his experience, that anyone who opens an account at Chase Bank should just shoot themselves in the head and save themselves from the misery of dealing with the various frauds perpetrated by Chase against their "customers" AKA "stupid suckers".
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is America's most dangerous terrorist, a threat to the financial safety of all Americans because he never met a fraud he won't commit. Fraud certainly pays well. He "earns" his $57,000 a day paycheck by stealing it from the accounts of Chase Bank "customers", one dollar at a time.
I'm very glad I don't have a Chase Bank checking account!

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May 12, 2012
 
In the last post, the person was told, "The law doesn't apply to Chase Bank."
YOU WERE WARNED.
As the biggest bank which owns the 'Federal' Reserve, Chase Bank employees can do what ever they want.
When Chase Bank sends out letters which fraudulently reject loan applications, they never put a name on the letter, to protect bank employees from prosecution because THEY'RE ADMITTING THEY KNOW THEY'RE COMMITTING CRIMES.

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May 13, 2012
 
I had a Chase checking account that I used only for emergencies, or to quickly pay a credit card online if automatic payment failed. I kept more than the minimum balance to avoid all fees-- for years. Then in February, they changed the minimum balance, and buried that information in some kind of letter (pages long and of small print like what I get from credit cards all the time). They did not send a clear letter saying simply that, " we will charge you $12 per month now", or send any statement that they had started taking the money. There was no email or written statement that my balance was changing.
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May 13, 2012
 
I had damages to my home, in May of this year, due to a tornado storm. My homeowners insurance was called and a check was mailed to me.
I mailed the check to Chase Bank to endorse and return but I receive a letter from Chase stating that they could not endorse the check because I was behind in my mortgage. I was sent papers to sign and return to them.
As of today, my repairs have not been completed because Chase refuses to send the check. I was told by letter that once I do 90% of the repairs, I needed to call them to set up an appointment for someone to come out and inspect the repairs before they would release any funds which doesn't make sense to me because repairs cannot be completed unless we have the insurance money.
I don't understand what I pay the insurance for, if this is what I have to go through. The inspector came out and stated that repairs are 33% completed. Chase will not send any funds at this time and I was advised to call back when 90% are completed. This is impossible.

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May 13, 2012
 
I was placed on auto-bill by an internet dating site without my knowledge. I paid for the first year, but did not use the service after that. I tried to explain this to Chase, but they would not back me up. What started as a $100 charge in around 2006, has now grown to nearly $700. The additional amount is made up of interest and late charges. In addition, I am constantly being harassed by their collection agency, both over the telephone and through the mail

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May 14, 2012
 
I've had a Chase checking account for several years. It was a free account, with no minimum balance required. Chase changed the requirements on my account, making it require a minimum balance of $1500. They never notified me of this change. They charged my account $12 for 8 months. I didn't notice it at first because the fees were not listed on my account as transactions, so I thought my math was just off, causing the balance discrepancy. I just found out about the fees today when I called and questioned about why my account was routinely off by about $10. It took 2 hours on the phone, and talking to 4 different people to finally get an honest answer. They refused to refund the fees, and said that it must have been my error that I didn't know about the changes.
I think it's appalling that a bank can get away with just taking money out of people's accounts without telling them, then lying about it. How is this not illegal?

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May 14, 2012
 
I had a Washington Mutual free checking account. Chase bought Washington Mutual, and began adding a $10 fee each month to my account. I did not receive the mail about the changes to my account. When I decided to close the account, they said that they would reverse the charges as a courtesy. At the closing of my account, they did not reverse the charges, and I lost at least $50. I encouraged people I know to cancel their Chase bank accounts.

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May 14, 2012
 
I have gone to Chase bank, twice, to get a power of attorney signed for my 87 year old uncle. The first time, it was signed but when it was shown to a branch of Chase bank to order checks, they refused it, saying it was not a "Chase Bank Power of Attorney." I went the second time, did a Chase Bank power of attorney, had to return because they missed a signature, and signed it.
I cashed a check to pay his bills with my signature on it but the check was refused and the money was taken from my account. I went back to the branch and was told that the branch had filled out the paperwork incorrectly. I would have to bring my uncle in for a third visit to sign a new power of attorney, but I was also told that the money would be returned to my account, it was not. All two times, it was the banks error, but I am the one that has to pay.

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May 14, 2012
 
Overall experience is terrible. I had an traditional IRA CD with Chase in Miami, FL. I wanted to renew it, and I went to the Brickell Branch on 800 SW 8 St., Miami, FL. When I arrived, a Chase investment employee greeted me, and I told him I wanted to renew my IRA CD. He lied to me, giving misleading information, and he placed the money into an investment account--bonds and mutual funds were tied to the stock market.
I called the manager and the supervisor to complain of what was given to me without proper explanation, once I received the statement the following month in September 30, 2011. The account (annuities) was opened on August 31, 2011; the retirement investment account on July 25, 2011. When I called the financial person from JPMorgan Chase Bank to question him regarding my accounts losing money, his answer was that he explained it to me, and that it was his word against mine. His name is Julio **, and I would like to request an investigation to that respect. If I cancel the accounts now, I will be losing around $4,000 due to his misleading information.What he did without explanation was unethical and illegal. Please get back to me as soon as you can to help me out.

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May 15, 2012
 
I deposited a legal check which clear Chase Bank in 2 days but they help for a full 10 days. I don't have a problem. However, 13 days later, Chase Bank places a restriction on the account saying that I cannot use the account for 10 days and that within 15 days they will be closing my business account and sending me a cashier's check for the balance in my account, over $80,000. 13 days into the 15 day wait for my cashier's check, they informed me that my account is actually frozen by them, no one else.. No other entity and that they are going to hold my money, ready for this? Three years. Yep, that is exactly what they told me, their excuse? We are not sure that the check you deposited is actually going to clear. Yet, the bank the check came from says they PAID the check on the 2nd day after it was deposited.
So consumers beware! Chase Bank feels that they can arbitrarily decide to hold your money. They claim that someone giving you a check has up to three years to dispute the check and ask for the money back. Really! I contacted the OCC regulation site and the maximum amount of time they are allowed to hold a check is 10 days. They are making up their own rules. Do not bank with Chase!

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May 15, 2012
 
I deposited 1500 dollars worth of cashiers checks into my chase account that were sent to me by my mother. Apparently when the fraud department called to verify these checks, the representative from chase bank misunderstood the rep from Wells Fargo bank and chase bank put a 9,999,999 hold on my account. Due to an incompetent rep from chase bank, I have been wrongfully accused of fraud and have suffered damages.
I am currently trying to recover this deposit and will be closing my accounts with chase bank. Wells Fargo was much more of a help in resolving this problem than my own bank (chase).
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May 15, 2012
 
I am having a big problem with Chase bank. I opened checking and savings account about over two months ago. But I had fraud with my debit card a couple of weeks ago (it was $800-900 with my debit card number). I fixed the problem but I couldn't get any information about the other person who stole my identity and it took forever to get my money back. Today, I found out someone used my military star card, which links to my Chase Master Card. Whoever spent my card online on aafes.com website, they used over $2000 and changed my billing address.
I do not understand how this has happened two months on the road. Also, they couldn't tell me anything but saying sorry. I had my military star card over 7 years and I never had this problem. But after I opened my checking account, this happened over and over. I am regretting opening an account with Chase bank and scared it will happen again and again.

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May 15, 2012
 
I opened a savings account with Chase around December 9th, 2011. And now, they have let someone fraud my account. All I got was a notification in the mail. They told me that someone came in and opened a checking account with my name and didn't even call me to authorize it or anything. Instead, I only ended up receiving a checking summary along with my savings summary in the mail. That's how I found out. Then on top of that, the people I have been renting from just stole my Chase bank folder which has all my account passwords and account numbers and they also just stole my ATM card as well. So yes I have over $100.00 in my account and now homeless and now it's January 2nd, 2012. Now I can't even talk to a Chase person online or over the phone because I don't even know my account numbers or anything and my ATM card was even in my wallet inside my purse.

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May 16, 2012
 
On 11-16-2011, Chase withdrew 2 mortgage payments of $563.67 from my wife's check account because of an updated computer problem that allowed it. At that time, she had only $784.00 in account and their error caused us to have NSF, and charged nus $34.00 fee. Called Chase, admitted there was error. From 11-16-2011 thru 12-6-2011, we were unable to use our Chase Accounts, including our joint account.
Numerous promises and apologies were expressed but all failed. Referred to Senior agent in states who had problems resolving our credit refund. From 11-23-2011 thru 12-06-2011, we could not access any accounts at Chase to live day by day.

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May 16, 2012
 
I have a Chase Checking Accounting. Times are tough, so I don't keep too much money in there as I have another checking account in a different state. I was with Wamu before Chase took over. I have been doing some transfers between Chase and my other bank recently and I missed making it to the bank on time for one of the deposits. Today, I do to check my account and I am denied access. I call the 800# only to be transferred to the fraud prevention department who informed me that my account was being closed. I asked if there was something on my account that caused the closing. She said no, they had just decided to close my account.
I have to wait 30 days approximately before I can get my money back. In the meantime, what am I supposed to do about paying my bills, putting gas in my car with them holding my funds. The customer service lady didn't seem to care one way or another.

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