Tuesday, July 21, 2009
A SUPER BIG WELCOME TO THE NEWEST BLOG AGAINST CHASE BANK! CHASE_BANK_EXPOSED!
Give some love and attention to Chase_Bank_Exposed, the newest blog to call attention to the hostile tactics being taken by Chase Bank against their most reliable, never late making a payment customers.
Chase_Bank_Exposed is a blog started by a Chase Bank Customer who is not happy. I don't know if they have any writing background, but isn't being a victim of Chase Bank practices enough reason to start a Blog about your experience with Chase Bank?
What has Chase Bank been doing to warrant such attention from everyday people like you, me, and Chase_Bank_Exposed?
Please note that Chase_Bank_Exposed did not ask for any publicity of any kind. Bloggers Against Chase Bank wants the rest of you to know if you really feel wronged by Chase Bank, what might help right the situation is to blog about it.
You can think of your blog as a diary that you are comfortable sharing with others around the world.
For those who want a quick overview about Chase Bank, three of Chase Bank's most egregious actions include raising monthly minimum payments on low interest, life of the loan agreements without offering the customer the right to OPT OUT.
Chase Bank customers are also having their home equity line suddenly REDUCED to a figure that is arrived at by using way below fair market value calculations.
It appears Chase Bank is purposely losing money in their own credit card divisions by RAISING INTEREST RATES which has fueled credit card defaults. It also appears that Chase Bank is purposely losing money in home mortgages by FREEZING their customers ability to access their own home equity lines during these troubled times.
Chase Bank appears to be depressing the consumer economy so that their other banking divisions can reap huge profits by buying strong businesses that are having trouble staying afloat because of the depressed economy, that Chase bank has apparently helped create!
The Chase Bank business acquisitions can be put on the books as "profit" and give the pretense that Chase Bank is doing well even as their customers are foreclosed upon.
Did you know that Chase Bank has set up grief counseling centers! They actually offer grief counseling after they have done you over, wow. This particular link is no longer working. Should we be surprised?