I have never bothered to build or establish credit; and I came in with no inclination to pursue the same. The staff here extends offers of their time and knowledge. My experience with Chase has been very motivating.
I Ashli Dansby (chase customer) was at the ATM just now 2/3/2014 at 1:00pm when I heard the security tell another Caucasian guy who seemed to be a chase customer " the lines are so long cause everybody got they welfare check, look at the neighborhood you're in, go to Beverly Hills where they don't believe in that" I felt that was something that shouldn't have been said, he needs to be professional and thankful people are cashing a check there without them security wouldn't be needed and he wouldn't have a job...just plane out rude. He needs to be spoken to and I kind of felt like it was racist.
I visited the Chase branch located at 2915 W Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039 to deposit checks into my landlady's checking account. This was my first visit to this location which is the closest to my home. There were two tellers assisting people but when an young Asian teller finished processing a transaction he walked away from his station and propped himself in front of a large screen located a few feet from his station. I was finally assisted by a young Latino teller who asked if I had completed a deposit slip. I told him I had not. He seemed annoyed and began completing a from. I informed him, "I'm sorry but I am not a customer of your bank." He replied haughtily, "I know." I then asked if there was a night depository where I could drop off future checks. He replied, "We don't have one." As I left the branch I noticed a night depository adjacent to the ATM. The teller transacted the deposit with major attitude. He might want to take it down a notch as he represents the bank. He also never asked if I might be interested in opening an account but then again, cross-selling products and services apparently are not of interest to this pretentious and assuming teller.