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I had an account with chase bank and due to a work problem went overdrawn to the sum of $90.00, that not much I hear you say, because that what I said, well I now have my account frozen, and I now have to pay back $1535.98 in fees and charges, they also have place a financial block or black ball on my SSN so I am unable to open another bank account anywhere else. Here is the kicker: because my wife's account was linked to mine they have frozen hers too, we are expecting our military retirement benefits to be deposited into our accounts and unable to stop the transfer.
It takes up to 10 days to stop Direct deposits, so by the 1st June 2012 Chase bank will have confiscated $6535.98 for an overdraft of $90.00 and they are telling me that once all overdraft and administration fee are paid they are closing my account. It has taken almost a month to even get this far my wife and I have not been able to pay any of our bills and we have a mortgage payment to make and with zero funds, well you can see where that will lead too. I have talked to chase until I am horse, and have even gone to my local branch and tried to talk to my local branch manager, and as nice as she was told me, this is a head office thing and there is nothing I can do.
The only thing left for me to do is hire a lawyer to resolve this, when I contacted one he would take the case @ $300.00 per hour and requested 4 hours up front, in other words I am screwed, and the mega bank wins. When I said that I would take my story to the media they said good, do so it will stop others out there who have overdrafts to pay them off or they will get the same thing.
Love this branch. Staff is friendly and willing to help, especially the manager Nader. They always go above and beyond to answer any of my questions!
My father is in the hospital and i went to his bank to make a small cash deposit ($400) into his account, and was told that since i was not on the account they would not allow me to make a deposit of cash. Never heard of a bank refusing cash. They said he had to be with me in the car or they could not take my cash. I spoke to the manager and she confirmed that chase's policy is not to take cash from a non account holder. Crazy business.