Chase Bank Woodland Hills California Review

I opened a Chase Bank account on Friday January 9, 2015 and on Monday January 12, 2015 it says online my account was suspended. I called the customer service and they are not even in the US, there is the language barrier and the guy had no idea what he was talking about. Horrible customer service. I spoke to one guy who couldn’t tell me why my account was closed without any activity o the account, then he transfers me to his so called supervisor who states ” I’m sorry mam but you signed an agreement with Chase Bank which states that Chase Bank can close your account without notice or explanation””. What? Are you kidding me? As I continued trying to explain that I haven’t deposited any money

checks

or used the card yet

so it doesn’t make any sense why my account would be closed

this so called supervisor just kept reading the script and telling me that he doesn’t have to tell me why they closed the account and they don’t have to notify me either. I was speechles. I have money coming in from a merchant account and I have money going out as I have paid bills so who is going to pay for all the bounced payments Chase Bank? I don’t think so. This ahould be illegal. They can’t just play with peoples’ lives like that and have these idiots answer the phone

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