Chase Tells 44-Year Customer He Fits Fraud Profile, Stole
$6200 From Himself

Chase Tells 44-Year Customer He Fits Fraud Profile, Stole $6200 From Himself

Over at the Huffington Post, retired teacher Ernest Nitzberg blogged about the experience that made him sever his 44-year banking relationship with Chase. He writes that Chase accuses him of using a debit card that he was never issued to buy $6200 worth of merchandise that he was unlikely to want or need. Makes perfect sense to us, too. [More]

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