4 Credit Cards You Couldn’t Get Last Year

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4 Credit Cards You Couldn’t Get Last Year

4 Credit Cards You Couldn’t Get Last Year

The credit card industry is extremely competitive and card issuers are continuously introducing new products in order to win more customers. But, as these new cards are introduced, some credit cardholders may simply continue to use old accounts, which often come to have outdated or inferior terms. While these old accounts may no longer be offered... Read More

Why Chase Customers Might Want to Adjust Their Overdraft Back-up Fund

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Why Chase Customers Might Want to Adjust Their Overdraft Back-up Fund

Why Chase Customers Might Want to Adjust Their Overdraft Back-up Fund

Attention, Chase customers: The bank is making some changes to its overdraft protection policy. Starting August 20, customers will no longer be able to cover overdrafts with a linked Chase credit card should they (accidentally) spend more than what’s in their checking account. Only savings accounts will be used as designated back-up funds. Previously, customers could link either type... Read More

Chase Stops Offering Joint Credit Card Accounts

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Chase Stops Offering Joint Credit Card Accounts

Chase Stops Offering Joint Credit Card Accounts

Like a handful of banks before it, Chase announced joint credit cards are no longer an option for its customers. Existing accounts won’t be affected, and cardholders can still add authorized users to their accounts. While some consumers may see this as fewer products to choose from, the change shouldn’t impact someone’s access to a... Read More

Chase: No More $5 ATM Fees

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Chase: No More $5 ATM Fees

Chase: No More $5 ATM Fees

Chase announced today that it will stop charging non-Chase customers in Illinois $5 to use the bank’s ATMs. Non-customers in Texas will no longer have to pay $4 every time they use a Chase ATM. Instead, fees in both states will revert back to $3, the same rate Chase charges across the country, says Tom... Read More

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