Chase QuickPay Terms Will Change on Sept. 14


Updated on Tue Sep 11, 2012

Chase Bank is notifying their QuickPay customers about a change in the terms and conditions that will take effect on Friday, Sept. 14, 2012.

Among the changes are how QuickPay transfer works. If your Pay From Account doesn’t have enough money (or credit) available when the bank tries to complete your transfer, they will now try up to two more times a day for as many as three more business days. After that, the transfer request will be cancelled.

The other big change is that Chase may now disclose information to third parties in connection with processing your QuickPay transactions, as well as in connection with offering the Chase QuickPay Service.

Chase recommends you contact them at 1-877-CHASEPC (1-877-242-7372) with any additional questions.

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  • MKC

    Releasing information to third parties sounds scary. To what extent does this apply?

    • Alex Matjanec

      Hey MKC. Here is exactly what Chase says in the Terms.

      Disclosure of Account Information to Third Parties

      We may disclose information to third parties about your account or the funds you send or receive:

      – as necessary to complete transactions;
      – as necessary in connection with offering the Chase QuickPay Service;- in connection with the investigation of any claim related to your account or the funds you send or receive;
      – to comply with government agency or court orders;- in accordance with your written permission; and
      – as otherwise permitted by the terms of our privacy notice.

      Our Chase privacy notice, which includes details about our information sharing practices and your right to opt-out of certain information sharing, was provided to you when you opened your Chase Account with us or at the time you registered for the Chase QuickPay Service if you only hold External Accounts. It can be viewed by clicking on the “Privacy” link on any of our website pages.