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Chase Bank

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3500 Highway 190, Mandeville, LA 70471

(985) 674-8700

CLOSED NOW
Today: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tomorrow: Closed
13
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Chase Bank
General Info
Find out how Chase can help you with checking, savings, mobile banking, and more. Deposit products provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Member FDIC.
Hours

Regular Hours

SunClosed

Extra Phones

Fax: (855) 872-0709

Brands
visa
Payment method
debit, master card, visa
Location
Hwy 22
Categories
Banks, Commercial & Savings Banks, Financial Services, Loans, Credit Card-Merchant Services
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fcwust

01/27/2011

Overall
do not do business here

A STORY OF BAD BANK PRACTICES

Do not do business with this Chase Bank they steel your money, In 2006 I deposited a check in an ATM with Bank One that was acquired by Chase; I had the receipt and the deposit slip. They put the money in my account and a day later took it out claimed they never received the check. I called them and they said contact fraud department so I filed a claim weeks go by and many phone calls and they refuse to give me my money back I even faxed over the company that wrote the check proof that Chase Bank Cashed it. I immediately I closed the account like a normal smart person would. They refused to stop charging me NSF fees after they lost my check. The collections department was calling me over and over harassing me I told them I refuse to pay NSF fees when you lost my check. I checked with a lawyer and he wanted to charge me more than the check to get my money back. I wrote it off… Later in 2010 I started a new business technology company in Mandeville, Louisiana and I was talked into opening a business account with chase again. I put over 15,000 dollars in this account kept finding errors, and one day right before Christmas I am missing over 1000 dollars says on the statement transferred to another account I called every department no one could tell me where my money was or where it went I told them I refuse to put more money in the account until they showed me where my money went, they promised me they would somehow freeze the account until they get me that information, weeks later I see they lied, I had a credit of 00 deposited and the took it all with NSF fees, Over 300 dollars in NSF fees I went to talk to the Mandeville manager in person his name is Eddie, because after many phone calls he would not return my call, I was told he was the only one who because Chase bank made a mistake and the lady I spoke with did not freeze the account like she said she would Eddie was the only one who could reverse the NSF fees even after admitting to me he did not call back and admitted he failed to freeze the account the would not return my NSF fees and refused to close the account because the NSF fees brought the account to a negative balance. He cursed me and told me to leave the bank he lost his cool, as I was walking out he said he is going to close my account in a very angry voice I said good what do I need to sign and he said nothing, the day after I see he still did not close my account and more NSF fees are to be acquired. Please as a nation of good people DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH CHASE BANK, YOU COULD BE NEXT , I LOST OVER 2900 DOLLARS BECAUSE CHASE BANK TOOK MY MONEY AND NOW THEY REFUSE TO GIVE IT BACK.. PLEASE IF ANY ONE HAS A SIMULAR STORY WRITE IT DOWN AND LET OTHER PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT BANKS THAT TAKE YOUR MONEY… I WILL BE STARTING A WEB BLOG AND COLLECTING SIMULAR STORIES ON THIS WEB SITE… http://utahrealestateproperty.blogspot.com/2011/01/stories-of-bad-bank-practices.html

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