After 30 years of only belonging to credit unions, this was my fist banking experience. I have to say that I was stunned at the ineptitude of their employees; at all levels, across all departments. My so-called "rep" at the bank only returned one of my phone calls, and that one only after waiting 6 days. All others were simply ignored. Have to say, she's got it in the sales department (she's a schmoozer) but then after you hand over the money, she won't give you the time of day. Months later I ran into her at the bank and she apologized for never get back with me. Seems she was too busy as she had been promoted. Perfect! Excellent choice Chase.
There are many other items to rant about but have other things to do with my day so I will just end with saying that my dog has better reasoning skills than the people they hire to work in "technical support". I spoke with 5 of them trying to describe a bug in their system (I was a programmer for 20 years) and none of them could understand what I was saying. It was surreal, like I was trying to reason with a doorknob. Finally I couldn't take it anymore and demanded to speak with a supervisor. Well, fortunately, the supervisor understood the issue immediately. It really was a very simply matter, requiring less than minimal reasoning skills and yet none of their 'technical support' could even follow a 1+1=2 discussion. Now why would Chase hire people absolutely devoid of any reasoning skills. Wouldn't that be a requirement for the position?
Taking all my monies to an un-named competitor that have their heads in a much better place.
I have been with chase for years and it is getting horrible by the day! When you call customer service you get a foreigner that you can't understand,and the one who you can understand are not helpful. I can't lie there was a guy in the past that was awesome. But everyone else sucks. This year I have racked up more than $400 in fees and it's only been 6 months. A direct deposit of more than $1000.00 was going in every week. I know that's chump change for you guys. But I'm taking my direct deposit to navy federal. It's sad because I really liked this bank that's why I stuck around for the last 5 years.
Ok, let me start out by saying “i really had chase bank”. I tried to put cash into sons checking account today. I had cash so it would available to him without having to wait. After waiting 15 minutes in line because they only had one teller open i learned that because my name was not on his account they would not let me deposit my money. I explained to her that i was trying to put money in his account, not trying to take it out. She said unless my name was on his account i could not do it. I asked her how i was supposed to get money down to him if i could not deposit into his account. She told me that as of march 3rd it was company policy not to let people deposit money if their name was not on the account. They are trying to prevent “money laundering”. So according to chase bank i could be laundering money $100. 00 at a time. So what we have to do is have my wife put the cash into her chase account and then she can transfer it to sons account. That’s twice the work and headache to get to the same outcome. Come on chase get your head out of your ass.