My sister has been dead for 5 years and I live in her home. She had an equity loan with Chase. The title is in escrow to finalize full title transferred to my parents.
After Chase sends 3 letters here to this address which they know she's deceased, I call Chase and tell them I am her brother, a businessman with 1000's of customers, and understand privacy however I only want THE Chase "business process" rules, not specific details of my sisters loan.
I tell the customer service person, in the spirit of me being an internet author writing an article on how Chase does business I want to 1) know why (as a business process) Chase would send letters to the address of a diseased person (any person regardless who), 2) why form letters would be sent to any person saying an account cannot be closed (the public rule in the spirit of an article being written, an instructive rule, not details of this particular account). That any generic answer would be instructive.
The rep refused to speak about anything. I told him the general public is pretty tired of big banks and their dealings and that I can only write about what I'm not being told then. That the fact they will not be instructive at all about their business practices fuels the outrage brewing the in the public eye. And it is an outrage banks do not want you to understand their business processes and do not provide better customer support.
I in the past closed a credit card acquired by Chase for charging a late fee when I never got a statement during their transition period, and unlike other cards that have discretionary power to wave fees Chase would not, so rather than keep me as a customer they cared not that I closed my account.
Because I feel Chase customer support is the WORST I've ever experienced aside from some cell phone and cable companies, I support BOYCOTTING CHASE BANK!
Well, i am here to say that even those with a serious bank account are not treated with any value nor respect from this bank. I paid $30 to stop a check being cashed. It was a successful stop. But the fraud waited for a year to the day and went into a chase branch and cashed the check. Although the bank reps agreed this was not right and should shave been stopped as a stale check, the management of the bank refused to make good on their error. I am a customer that had $400k in their bank and their $948 error was too much to bear. This bank clearly cares nothing about their customers. The more money you hold in this bank the more you have at risk for being the victim of their error and their justifying they have no culpability in their mistakes. Put your money anywhere else but this bank.
I am so annoyed with this bank. I deposited a check into my account on a Sunday afternoon, and was informed that it the whole check would be available 2 days later, and some was available now. When I went to purchase a money order it would not go through. The next day I tried to use my card again and it was declined. I had to go to a bank teller who informed me that my card had been canceled!!! I was beyond pissed especially since I never got a text, email, or phone call about this. They just locked it cause they claimed they suspected fraud. I'm so over this bank