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so do you like me or not?

March 4th, 2012 at 06:54 pm

You be the judge...

Friday: Unless you bring $100K to us, you aren't worth it. This from Chase Bank.

Saturday: From my mailbox, a little blue envelope that apparently states that I would get $125 if I signed up for Chase checking.

Hmm. Well which is it? Yeah, I can bring a 100K for you, but at $125 and no interest, you aren't worth it.

7 Responses to “so do you like me or not?”

  1. Thrifty Ray Says:

    Gotta love that big bank mentality. :/

  2. laura Says:


    I could write a long post about Chase and the hoops you have to jump through for $150. Smile I had to bring $10K to the table for that and didn't read the fine print on the new account information I opened. I did read the fine print on the back of the $150 coupon. They still have $300 of mine for the next two months, then I will never again deal with Chase. Smile

  3. My English Castle Says:

    I think we don't like THEM.
    Grrrr.

  4. PauletteGoddard Says:

    Chase didn't like me when I was controlling a $200K account. "Answer some security questins." So I did, and either the questions were relevant to my predecessor or the data was incorrect, but I couldn't administer the account so well. They wouldn't change the questions and answers for us. This was a school PTA account where treasurer turnover is expected.

    Chase also expected me to hover over every parent writing a check. "Write in blue or black. Put the correct date in." Dumbass dumbass dumbass dumbass Chase.

  5. Miz Pat Says:

    Are any of these guys nice?

  6. LuckyRobin Says:

    I quit doing business with Chase a few years ago, when for no apparent reason my credit limit went from $11,000 to $500. They had sent me a balance transfer check at 0% for a year and when I tried to transfer a high interest card to them, they pulled that crap. I was using the card responsibly, had never been late on a payment, and it was the oldest card I had. Sometimes it even carried a balance. I felt insulted after 17 years of a proven relationship and that with an 810 credit score they thought I was only worth risking $500 for and so I cancelled. They've been trying to get me back ever since. They won't.

  7. mjrube94 Says:

    Wow, I've only had great experiences with Chase. I've opened three checking accounts over the years for $100-$150 a pop and never had a problem. They also hold my mortgage and called me last year to do a no-fee refinance to 3 7/8%! I thought it was a scam until I spoke with the rep and went through the whole process, all on the up-and-up. After reading the comments above, I'll consider myself lucky. Now Bank of America, that's another story...

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