chase Riverside California Review

Chase charge me $6.00 dollars to cash thier own check. The called it a fee and and fraudulantly charge me for a service that had already been paid for for the account holder. As an account holder you are charged a certain amount for each check you write or you have free checking. Either way, the bank is acting as a proxy on your behalf to provide cash in exchange for the (promisary note) check and has charged tha account holder for this convienience. The bank is now legally obligated to exchange cash for the check if there is enough money in the account. The bank has already charged the customer/account holder for this service. So when you go into the branch to cash a CHASE check in a CHASE branch the transaction has already been paid for yet the fel justified in charging for this service again! This time the charge the person owed, so the promisary note is no longer valid for its face value, it is valid for its face value minus $6.00 -this is an outright SCAM BY CHASE and must be stopped. The double dipping bastards not only steal from their customers with random new fees and new policies but now are misrepresenting their customers and not honoring their own legal contract or representation!!!! NEVER NEVER NEVER USE CHASE unless you can not avoid it. And shoul you go to a CHASE, keep you hand on your wallet! They hide behind policy and pretend that it superseeds law! – flippin spinless thieving weasels!

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