Chase Locations in Your Area

Chase Bank has 5,655 branches and 13,284 ATMs nationally across the country. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a national bank that serves the entire country, and has a growing number of ATM locations in select regions.

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Learn more about Chase

Chase Bank was established December 1823. That's more than 150 years ago! It holds assets of 2.15 trillion US dollars. That makes it a very large bank. The biggest of the national banks. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 5%. Lower is better!

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Latest Customer Reviews

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    Reviewed By sarayita Jan 3, 2018

    terrible service

    At 3:20 there was one teller with over a dozen people waiting in line. When I complained I was told that it was lunch hour.
    There is no excuse for not adding an additional person when so many people are wsiting.

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    Reviewed By JessilynnLiddell Dec 11, 2017

    It's A BAD Bank... Go For a Credit Union

    First off, there was a monthly charge. I was using my old chase account as a savings account while my fiance and I move ourselves AND get ready to move our finances. I had a good amount of money in my account.

    When my fiance was ready to join our account into her Credit Union, I was shocked to see that Chase had taken an amount out of my account. All of what was in there was my savings to do just this.
    I called Chase and they said there was a monthly charge. I have NEVER had a monthly charge. Now all of a sudden there IS?! Maybe it's because I have been slowly transferring personal finances, and not putting anything into my chase account, other than to keep it safe?

    Either way, there was nothing that I was aware of in any disclosure when opening my account stating any of this.
    After some rage, I finally got a bit of it put back into my account.

    THEN! I went to pull out the money from my account to put into our joint account, and I can only pull out a certain amount? As soon as I get a day off, I will be closing out my account, showing previous balances that have nothing really except a lump sum deposit.

    And now there is a freeze on my account in trying to take it all back out and I will demand that my hard earned money be returned to me promptly as I close my account

    Honestly... just stay away from chase, the people there are frustrating, skip over clauses in the agreements, and are just a pain to work with. I am a very busy career woman... I do not have time to deal with this stuff.

    Do yourself a favor, stay away from Chase, go for a Credit Union, they dont lie to you, and they point out everything, even in the small print.

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    Reviewed By criswellejames Dec 11, 2017

    Chase bank and ridiculous for not allowing cash deposits

    This is stupid and I will tell everyone I know to bank somewhere else. You cannot make a cash deposit and even a small cash deposit to someone else's bank account. Money laundering they say......... Yeah right. I'm going to launder $30? Sure. Hint. A quick software routine run on you bank accounts will flag anything like that. duh. They just want to use a nasty way of making people open more bank accounts there.

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