PinchingPennies

Saving money to pay off student loans and consumer debt

Chase is making changes

I just noticed that Chase charged me a service fee on my “free” checking account. Gave them a call and they claimed to have sent me an updated ToS with the fee change. So I can either do a monthly direct deposit into that account or keep $1500 on hand. I sit here wondering why my monthly money transfer doesn’t count as direct deposit. If the definition is an automatic ACH transfer each month, my GIRO transfer should be equivalent, after all I do pay a monthly service fee on that transfer.

Guess this means another call to Chase.

You know, if they didn’t act so sneaky, I probably wouldn’t hate them so much.

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May 3, 2011 - Posted by | Hidden Costs, Unexpected Expenses | ,

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