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JPMorgan is shopping for up to 1M sf of office space downtown

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon with the Chicago Chase Tower (Getty)

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon with the Chicago Chase Tower (Getty)

JPMorgan Chase is, well, on the chase again. The banking giant is looking at sites to relocate upwards of 1 million square feet downtown at a time when choice office space is widely available and developers are itching to build.

In what could be a record-breaking lease deal, JPMorgan reportedly is looking at a number of sites in vacant buildings as well as at least four potential new developments in the Loop and Fulton Market, according to the Chicago Tribune. If it does relocate from its namesake tower in the heart of the Loop, it has to determine what to do with that 1.9-million-square-foot skyscraper.

This isn’t the first time JPMorgan has scouted for sites, but it looks like it could actually make the move this time, the Tribune said. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has been outspoken about bringing workers back to the office, insisting that some departments work five days a week onsite.

And he’s upped the ante in New York to do it with a new “universal design” headquarters at 270 Park Avenue that has a flexible reconfiguration. At the same time, he’s told shareholders he intends to “significantly reduce” the company’s office footprint.

In Chicago, the bank owns and occupies much of the 60-story Chase Tower that is an imposing part of the city’s skyline. It opened in 1969 and has been updated a few times since, but it’s not the same as the shining new skyscrapers Bank of America is now in at 110 N. Wacker Drive or the BMO Tower under construction next to Union Station.

Real estate observers told the Tribune that JPMorgan would not want to let its competitors look better than it does in new towers, suggesting a move was imminent. If not, Chase Tower is likely to get a huge overhaul, the report said.

[Chicago Tribune] – Jennifer Waters


Источник: https://therealdeal.com/chicago/2021/07/07/chase-is-shopping-for-new-office-space-downtown/

Members of a marching band launched the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Chase Innovative Branch in Skyland Town Center in Southeast D.C. Tuesday.

Members of a marching band launched the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Chase Innovative Branch in Skyland Town Center in Southeast D.C. Tuesday.

A bank branch with a mission, it aims to help people and small businesses in Wards 7 and 8 realize better financial futures.

“This is what makes me proud of the company,” said Jamie Dimon, chair and CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. on what is now the 11th of 16 planned community-inspired models in the U.S.

“We have this huge program of $30 billion nationwide, $8 billion of mortgages, $12 billion affordable housing, small businesses, financial education, financing, minority depository institutions; but it all comes down to what happens at the local level,” Dimon said.

The branch is the physical embodiment of what the company hopes to do, and Dimon said here is where “we’ll be making mortgages here, and doing financial advice here, and be part of the community.”

Speaking from what looks like an open conference room next to the banking business area, Dimon emphasized that the branch hires members of the community.



“We hire local people. We have local art. We want it to be very welcoming when you use this room to [for example] do financial education for mothers and ex-felons and small businesses,” Dimon said.

The location’s branch manager has lived in Ward 8 since 2000, and is extremely excited about what this means for the community.

“What it means for me is being able to see the community change, to see this community grow, to be able to see the lives change and the families to become homeowners, small business owners, to the point that they’re able to grow, develop and hire others and grow this economy right, to be able to experience that luxury of being a homeowner and create a legacy for your family,” JPMorgan’s Jua Williams said.

Skyland community manager Brian Atkins also is a proud resident of Ward 8.

“I’m currently teaching classes on financial health topics, such as savings, building credit, small business entrepreneurship, and money management. Business owners and startups can gain access to resources and capital, so they can be more successful,” Atkins said.

The branch also will host small business pop-ups and skills training. It has free Wi-Fi, and nonprofit organizations and residents can access the community space for a variety of uses.

Atkins invited residents in the crowd to pay a visit to the branch.

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser noted that she is the fifth and last mayor to usher in the long-planned Skyland Town Center.

“The Chase Skyland Community Center is going to help us give more residents and local entrepreneurs a fair shot,” Bowser said, adding that the community worked for years to make the center a reality, and spoke of its benefits to residents for years to come.

“Supporting Washingtonians as they start and grow businesses and buy homes in D.C. is one way we can keep prosperity in the community and ensure the Skyland development lives up to the vision of the Ward 7 community — a site with new housing, a grocery store, good amenities and jobs and opportunity for D.C. residents,” Bowser said.

About 26% of the D.C. area is below 200% of the federal poverty line, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., about one-fourth of D.C.’s population is either unbanked or underbanked.

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Most people don't like to be told what to do with their money. And they especially don't like to be told by the banks holding that money.

Chase learned this the hard way on Monday, when the bank tweeted — and quickly deleted — a fictional exchange between a hard-up account holder and their sentient bank account.

"Why is my balance low," the fictional human asks. The bank responds with "make coffee at home," "eat the food that's already in the fridge" and "you don't need a cab, it's only three blocks." The feckless human replies, "I guess we'll never know."

The advice fell flat among Twitter users, who pointed out that Chase didn't exactly survive the 2008 financial crisis by making its own coffee and eschewing pricey cab rides. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts pointed out that Chase parent JPMorgan Chase and other big banks received multi-billion bailouts from taxpayers at a time when many Americans lost their jobs or lost their homes to foreclosure.

Lawyer Luppe Luppen pointed out the hypocrisy of a bank chastising people for spending at the same time as it offers credit cards— including the Starbucks Rewards card — that encourage people to spend more.

Pointing to profligate spending, however, misses the mark. Most Americans' budget busters aren't avocado toast but mundane necessities like shelter, transportation and health care. Over the past decade, the costs of housing and health care have risen one-and-a-half times the rate of wages, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The median rent in the U.S. just hit a peak of over $1,000 a month, according to government figures.

Even some of Chase's own employees are struggling, as Rep. Katie Porter of California pointed out earlier this month at a House committee hearing with JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. A bank teller working full-time at $16.50 per hour would still find herself $560 in the red after paying for rent, food and childcare, Porter demonstrated.

If that employee also banked with a Chase account, she would lose yet more money in maintenance fees. Chase charges a monthly fee of $12 to $25 for checking accounts whose balance is below $500. If customers happen to overdraw their Chase account, the penalty fees could reach $34.

After taking down its tweet, the bank issued a follow-up statement. "Our #MondayMotivation is to get better at #MondayMotivation tweets. Thanks for the feedback Twitter world."

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What Are Chase Bank’s Hours?

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JPMorgan Chase, better known as Chase, is the consumer and commercial banking subsidiary of JP Morgan Chase & Co. It’s one of the largest national banks in the U.S. and leads the pack in digital users, with more than 50 million customers who have online accounts and over 35 million using the mobile banking app. 

Due to its popularity as both a brick-and-mortar bank and user-friendly online bank, Chase made GOBankingRates’ 2020 list of best banks. Read on to find out when you can visit a Chase branch during its regular operating hours:

Chase Bank Hours for Normal Days 

Chase branch’s hours vary by branch, so if you’re planning to make a trip your best bet is to search for your nearest Chase location online and verify the hours it’s open. 

A good rule of thumb is that Chase is typically open on weekdays from 9.am. to 6 p.m. The bank’s Saturday schedule varies from one financial center to the next, with most branches open from either 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., depending on the location. However, some branches are closed on Saturday. ATMs are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Chase Hours
SundayClosed
Monday9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
SaturdayVaries between 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; 9 a.m.-2 p.m; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; or closed

Is Chase Open 7 Days a Week? 

In most cases, Chase branches are open six days a week, Monday through Saturday. If you need banking services on Sunday, you’ll either have to go to an ATM or use online or mobile app banking. Some Chase locations are also closed on Saturday.  

Is Chase Open on Weekends? 

Although most Chase locations are open on Saturday, not all are.  Check a branch’s hours either online or by calling before paying it a visit.

In nearly all cases Chase locations are closed on Sunday. The exception is if you are a Chase Private Client, in which case you might be able to find a branch near you that’s open on Sunday. Chase Private Client branches are located in Chase’s New York headquarters and are typically open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, though they are sometimes closed on Saturday. Also, weekday hours at these locations start earlier, at 8:30 a.m. 

Keep in mind that Chase ATMs are open 24 hours and you can perform many of the same banking tasks at an ATM as you can at a financial center, including transferring money, making deposits and withdrawing cash.

Chase Hours for Holidays

Chase holiday hours follow the same schedule as other national banks, meaning branches are closed on all federal holidays. Use this table to find out which holidays Chase will be closed on in 2020: 

Chase Holiday Schedule 2020
New Year’s Day — Jan. 1Closed
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day — Jan. 20Closed
Valentine’s Day — Feb. 14Open
Presidents’ Day — Feb. 17Closed
St. Patrick’s Day — March 17Open
Memorial Day — May 25Closed
Independence Day — July 4*Closed*
Labor Day — Sept. 7Closed
Columbus Day — Oct. 12Closed
Halloween — Oct. 31Open
Veterans Day — Nov. 11Closed
Thanksgiving Day — Nov. 26Closed
Black Friday — Nov. 27Open
Christmas Eve Day — Dec. 24Open
Christmas Day — Dec. 25Closed

July 4 falls on a Saturday this year, so Chase financial centers will be closed that day. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, branches typically close the following Monday.

How To Bank With Chase Outside of Business Hours

If you’re in need of banking services outside of normal Chase Bank hours, you have a couple different options. Visit any Chase ATM to check your balance, deposit checks and cash, withdraw cash and make transfers between your accounts. You can also use your mobile banking app to perform all of the same services along with the added benefits of bill pay, Zelle transfers between different banking institutions, access to a spending summary, a credit score check and more. 

Chase Contact Information 

Chase has 24/7 customer support. To receive customer service assistance for personal banking issues, general account information or a lost or stolen credit card, call these numbers:

  • 1-800-935-9935 for U.S. callers
  • 1-713-262-3300 for international callers
  • 711 for operator relay service for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing 

You can also call 1-877-242-7372 if you are having technical difficulties with your Chase account. If you don’t like to make phone calls you can sign in to your Chase Online account and use the Secure Message Center for assistance.

Information is accurate as of Sept. 28, 2021.

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Chase Bank Review Full-Service Banking Is Their Strength

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Chase is probably one of the most well known banks in the United States. They have branches almost everywhere, and have a full array of banking products and services, including for both consumers and businesses.

But how good of a bank are they? Should you consider using them? 

Let's break it down in our Chase Bank review, and also see how they compare to the best online banks. If you're thinking about Chase for your business, see how they inside chase bank to the other best business checking accounts.

Chase Free Checking

Quick Summary

  • Full service bank for both consumers and businesses
  • Fee bases checking accounts, but fees can be waived
  • Some of the biggest bonus offers to sign up

Chase Bank, also known as JPMorgan Chase Bank, is one of the largest banks in the U.S. It has 16,000 ATMs and nearly 4,700 branches. Chase Bank is also a full-service bank offering a full range of deposit and loan products.

We’re going to look at the deposit products offered by Chase Bank. But they also offer a wide range of products and services, including business accounts. 

There are four different checking accounts. One is a special college student account that waives the monthly service fee for up to five years. See how their checking accounts compare on this list of the best free checking accounts.

You must be 17 to 24 years old and have proof of student status. There is a $6/month fee waived for up to five years while you're in college. You can also avoid the monthly fee by:

  • Making a direct deposit
  • Having an ending daily balance of $5,000

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Chase Premier Plus Checking

There is a $25/month fee but it is waived for the following:

  • Beginning daily balance of $15,000 total in your Chase accounts
  • Linked first mortgage enrolled in automatic payment

The fee is also waived for military members, which makes this account one of our top picks for best military checking accounts.

You get four non-Chase ATM fee waivers per statement period. 

There is a $25/month fee but it is waived if you have $75,000 total in your Chase accounts. There are no ATM fees worldwide. 

Chase savings accounts earn very low interest and can incur fees if certain criteria are not met. Each savings account allows six withdrawals per statement. After that, there is a $5 Savings Withdrawal Limit Fee for each withdrawal.

Chase has never made our list of the best savings accounts. But you can see which banks do here: Best Savings Accounts.

You can earn up to $150 by opening a Chase Savings℠ account. There is a $5/month fee but it is waived if you have a $300 beginning daily balance, do one $25 transfer from a Chase checking account, or link with certain Chase accounts.

There is a $25/month fee but it is waived if you have a $15,000 beginning daily balance, do one $25 transfer from a Chase checking account, or link with certain Chase accounts.

Even Chase CDs pay low interest compared to many other banks. Yields go up as CD terms and the CD balances increase. Starting with a 1-month CD, the yield is 0.02% and goes up to much higher for a 120-month CD with a $100,000+ balance.

Chase rewards those who link certain Chase accounts together. These can mean higher interest rates a waiver of the monthly fee. This feature is called “relationship.”

See where you can find the best bank CD rates here.

Chase Private Client

Chase Private Client is a premium banking and financial services relationship with Chase - which includes banking, investments, and lending.

Business Accounts

Chase is a strong player in the business banking space. Their Business Complete Banking is consistently rated as a best business checking account.

Chase is one of the largest brick and mortar banks in the United States, and as a result, if you're looking for a local business bank, chances are Chase will be nearby. Also, if your business does a lot of cash transactions, it can be helpful to have a business bank with a branch (versus the fully-mobile solutions that are becoming more popular).

Finally, Chase is a top originator of small business loans and lines of credit - so if your small business might need access to these tools, Chase offers them.

Mobile Banking

Like most banks, Chase offers online and mobile banking. You can do a lot of banking through the Chase mobile app.

It includes check deposits, the ability to pay your credit card, the ability to send money through Zelle, the ability to set up account alerts, the ability to find branches and ATMs, plus a lot more. The J.P. Morgan Self-Directed Investing service is also housed inside the app.

On the Apple App Store, the app has a 4.8/5 rating out of 1.7 million ratings.

Yes. Being a full-service bank, you're likely to encounter more fees and lower yields than an online-only bank. In addition to the minimum balance and ATM fees mentioned above, there are also the following:

  • $34 for insufficient funds
  • $34 for overdraft fees
  • $30 per stop payment request
  • $12 for each deposited item or cash check returned
  • $5 for express replacement of a debit or ATM card
  • 3% of withdrawal amount for non-ATM cash
  • 3% of withdrawal amount for foreign exchange rate adjustment

There are other fees which you can read about here: https://www.chase.com/content/dam/chasecom/en/checking/documents/clear_simple_guide_total.pdf.

How Do I Open an Account?

You can open an account online or at a branch. You’ll need the following information:

  • Social Security number
  • Driver’s license or state-issued ID
  • Contact information

Yes. Chase deposit accounts are FDIC-insured up to $250,000 per depositor. Chase also uses bank-grade encryption.

If you are looking strictly for high yields, Chase doesn’t offer anything competitive. If you want accounts that charge the fewest fees possible, Chase isn’t going to fit the bill. But if you need a full-service bank where you can do all of your banking, want access to branches, and have ATM locations all over the U.S., Chase is a great choice.

With multiple accounts at Inside chase bank, you can save on some fees and earn a little higher yield through “relationship” account linking.

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JPMorgan is shopping for up to 1M sf of office space downtown

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon with the Chicago Chase Tower (Getty)

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon with the Chicago Chase Tower (Getty)

JPMorgan Chase is, well, on the chase again. The banking giant is looking at sites to relocate upwards of 1 million square feet downtown at a time when choice office space is widely available and developers are itching to build.

In what could be a record-breaking lease deal, JPMorgan reportedly is looking at a number of sites in vacant buildings as well as at least four potential new developments in the Loop and Fulton Market, according to the Chicago Tribune. If it does relocate from its namesake tower in the heart of the Loop, it has to determine what to do with that 1.9-million-square-foot skyscraper.

This isn’t the first time JPMorgan has scouted for sites, but it looks like it could actually make the move this time, the Tribune said. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has been outspoken about bringing workers back to the office, insisting that some departments work five days a week onsite.

And he’s upped the ante in New York to do it with a new “universal design” headquarters at 270 Park Avenue that has a flexible reconfiguration. At the same time, he’s told shareholders he intends to “significantly reduce” the company’s office footprint.

In Chicago, the bank owns and occupies much of the 60-story Chase Tower that is an imposing part of the city’s skyline. It opened in 1969 and inside chase bank been updated a few times since, but it’s not the same as the shining new skyscrapers Bank of America is now in at 110 N. Wacker Drive or the BMO Tower under construction next to Union Station.

Real estate observers told the Tribune that JPMorgan would not want to let its competitors look better than it does in new towers, suggesting a move was imminent. If not, Chase Tower is likely to get a huge overhaul, the report said.

[Chicago Tribune] – Jennifer Waters


Источник: https://therealdeal.com/chicago/2021/07/07/chase-is-shopping-for-new-office-space-downtown/

What Are Chase Bank’s Hours?

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JPMorgan Chase, better known as Chase, is the consumer and commercial banking subsidiary of JP Morgan Chase & Co. It’s one of the largest national banks in the U.S. and leads the pack in digital users, with more than 50 million customers who have online accounts and over 35 million using the mobile banking app. 

Due to its popularity as both a brick-and-mortar bank and user-friendly online bank, Chase made GOBankingRates’ 2020 list of best banks. Read on to find out when you can visit a Chase branch during its regular operating hours:

Chase Bank Hours for Normal Days 

Chase branch’s hours vary by branch, so if you’re planning to make a trip your best bet is to search for your nearest Chase location online and verify the hours it’s open. 

A good rule of thumb is that Chase is typically open on weekdays from 9.am. to 6 p.m. The bank’s Saturday schedule varies from one financial center to the next, with most branches open from either 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., depending on the location. However, some branches are closed on Saturday. ATMs are bb cream vs tinted moisturizer reddit 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Chase Hours
SundayClosed
Monday9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
SaturdayVaries between 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; 9 a.m.-2 p.m; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; or closed

Is Chase Open 7 Days a Week? 

In most cases, Chase branches are open six days a week, Monday through Saturday. If you need banking services on Sunday, you’ll either have to go to an ATM or use online or mobile app banking. Some Chase locations are also closed on Saturday.  

Is Chase Open on Weekends? 

Although most Chase locations are open on Saturday, not all are.  Check a branch’s hours either online or by calling before paying it a visit.

In nearly all cases Chase locations are closed on Sunday. The exception is if you are a Chase Private Client, in which case you might be able to find a branch near you that’s open on Sunday. Chase Private Client branches are located in Chase’s New York headquarters and are typically open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, though they are sometimes closed on Saturday. Also, weekday hours at these locations start earlier, at 8:30 a.m. 

Keep in mind that Chase ATMs are open 24 hours and you can perform many of the same banking tasks at an ATM as you can at a financial center, including transferring money, making deposits and withdrawing cash.

Chase Hours for Holidays

Chase holiday hours follow the same schedule as other national banks, meaning branches are closed on all federal holidays. Use this table to find out which holidays Chase will be closed on in 2020: 

Chase Holiday Schedule 2020
New Year’s Day — Jan. 1Closed
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day — Jan. 20Closed
Valentine’s Day — Feb. 14Open
Presidents’ Day — Feb. 17Closed
St. Patrick’s Day — March 17Open
Memorial Day — May 25Closed
Independence Day — July 4*Closed*
Labor Day — Sept. 7Closed
Columbus Day — Oct. 12Closed
Halloween — Oct. 31Open
Veterans Day — Nov. 11Closed
Thanksgiving Day — Nov. 26Closed
Black Friday — Nov. 27Open
Christmas Eve Day — Dec. 24Open
Christmas Day — Dec. 25Closed

July 4 falls on a Saturday this year, so Chase financial centers will be closed that day. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, branches typically close the following Monday.

How To Bank With Chase Outside of Business Hours

If you’re in need inside chase bank banking services outside of normal Chase Bank hours, you have a couple different options. Visit any Chase ATM to check your balance, deposit checks and cash, withdraw cash and make transfers between your accounts. You can also use your mobile banking app to perform all of the same services along with the added benefits of bill pay, Zelle transfers between different banking institutions, access to a spending summary, a credit score check and more. 

Chase Contact Information 

Chase has 24/7 customer support. To receive customer service assistance for personal banking issues, general account information or a lost or stolen credit card, call these numbers:

  • 1-800-935-9935 for U.S. inside chase bank for international callers
  • 711 for operator relay service for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing 

You can also call 1-877-242-7372 if you are having technical difficulties with your Chase account. If you don’t like to make phone calls you can sign in to your Chase Online account and use the Secure Message Center for assistance.

Information is td bank online login not working 2018 as of Sept. 28, 2021.

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24-year-old employee stabbed at Chase Bank in River North; critical condition

CHICAGO — A 24-year-old Chase Bank employee was stabbed in the neck at a bank on the city’s Near North Side.

Police said the woman, later identified as an employee, was inside the lobby of the Chase bank at 600 North Dearborn, when someone entered and stabbed her in the neck.

The employee, 24, was transported to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in critical condition.

“Our thoughts right now are with our employee and their family. As a precaution we temporarily closed branches in the nearby vicinity for the day,” Chase Bank said in a statement.

The motive of the attack is unknown at this time. Just before 5 p.m., Chicago police said they are currently questioning a person of interest.

“People started running away when they saw the guy,” a witness said. “saw a guy with a pretty big knife with blood on it and was running. And 30 seconds later all the cops were coming.”

Anyone with information can leave an anonymous tip at cpdtip.com.

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Most people don't like to be told what to do with their money. And they especially don't like to be told by the banks holding that money.

Chase learned this the hard way on Monday, when the bank tweeted — and quickly deleted — a fictional exchange between a hard-up account holder and their sentient bank account.

"Why is my balance low," the fictional human asks. The bank responds with "make coffee at home," "eat the food that's already in the fridge" and "you don't need a cab, it's only three blocks." The feckless human replies, "I guess we'll never know."

The advice fell flat among Twitter users, who pointed out that Chase didn't exactly survive the 2008 financial crisis by making its own coffee and eschewing pricey cab rides. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts pointed out that Chase parent JPMorgan Chase and other big banks received multi-billion bailouts from taxpayers at a time when many Americans lost their jobs or lost their homes to foreclosure.

Lawyer Luppe Luppen pointed out the hypocrisy of a bank chastising people for spending at the same time as it offers credit cards— including the Starbucks Rewards card — that encourage people to spend more.

Pointing to profligate spending, however, misses the mark. Most Americans' budget busters aren't avocado toast but mundane necessities like shelter, transportation and health care. Over the past decade, the costs of housing and health care have risen one-and-a-half times the rate of wages, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The median rent in the U.S. just hit a peak of over $1,000 a month, according to government figures.

Even some of Chase's own employees are struggling, as Rep. Katie Porter of California pointed out earlier this month at a House committee hearing with JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. A bank teller working full-time at $16.50 per hour would still find herself $560 in the red after paying for rent, food and childcare, Porter demonstrated.

If that employee also banked with a Chase account, she california bank and trust gardena lose yet more money in maintenance fees. Chase charges a monthly fee of $12 to $25 for checking accounts whose balance is below $500. If customers happen to overdraw their Chase account, the penalty fees could reach $34.

After taking down its tweet, the bank issued a follow-up statement. "Our #MondayMotivation is to get better at #MondayMotivation tweets. Thanks for the feedback Twitter world."

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Chase Bank says it’s closing, community fights back

By KIRSTYN BRENDLEN

A simple trip to the bank might not seem like much — a quick withdrawl from the ATM or cashing a check is a day-to-day-occurrence, and many customers do a lot of that without ever seeing a bank teller.

But visiting the bank in-person can be a rite of passage for a young person opening their first checking account or dumping their jar of pennies into the coin-counter. It is even more important for those without access to online banking, especially people who are older and not so technologically savvy.

Customers at the Knolls Crescent Chase Bank received an unpleasant notice last week. The location — not only the only Chase Bank in the neighborhood, but the only bank, period — would close at the end of the year.

The Knolls Crescent Cooperative — described as a naturally occurring retirement community with a large number of residents older than 60 — is just a few minutes’ walk from the bank. Some say making that bank of america merrill lynch summer associate trek to the branch is an easy way for those who might not be quite comfortable with online banking to do it the way they’ve always done: with a live human being.

“I’m just concerned for them,” said Stephanie Coggins, a local activist who most recently fought against the demolition of nearby Villa Rosa Bonheur. “I mean, everybody makes it inside chase bank like it’s so easy (to go online) until there’s a problem and you have to fix it. And then you’re an old lady with failing eyes, with limited understanding of computers, you’re getting robo-messages that are telling you to do this. 

“People get confused. It’s not so easy if you do it online, or if you do it on the phone. Sometimes people just need to go into the bank.”

While Coggins herself isn’t a Chase customer, she says she knows how important easy-to-access services are. During the height of the pandemic, most of her grocery shopping was done at Ben’s Market, just a few doors down from the bank. The shop had the basic necessities she needed, and was a short walk from her apartment.

Public transportation, or a lack of it, provides another obstacle for senior citizens in need of banking services. While there are other Chase locations just outside the immediate neighborhood, they’re not within easy walking distance, especially given the neighborhood’s myriad hills.

Small businesses like Ben’s have become all the more important during the pandemic, and they might also face trouble if the branch closes down — especially if they depend on making nightly cash deposits.

“We are in the midst of inside chase bank of the greatest innovations that I’ve ever seen, because a lot of inside chase bank businesses are adjusting all these nuances to survive,” said Nick Fazio, chair of Community Board 8’s economic development committee. “This impact would create another curveball, another obstacle for them to overcome. And the timing of this couldn’t be any worse for these businesses.”

Some businesses can manage finances online, Fazio said, but many — like dry cleaners, barber shops and nail salons — are cash-focused businesses. And cash, especially in large amounts, can’t be handled online.

“They don’t have that option,” he said.

Fazio, together with Eric Dinowitz — a city council candidate and chair of CB8’s aging committee — penned a letter to the corporate heads of JPMorgan Chase detailing the impact closing the branch could have on the community.

Chase spokeswoman Carolyn Evert told The Riverdale Press that branches can be closed if there is another branch nearby or foot traffic is low, especially as online banking becomes more popular. She would not say if these were factors considered in the decision to close the Knolls Crescent branch.

Seniors and small businesses may be the largest focus of attention in a bank closing, but a lack of access to banks also can cause a drop in financial literacy among young people in the neighborhood, said Poonam Arora, a professor of management and marketing at Manhattan College.

“The difference between a child raised in a home where they have access to banks, and their first account is opened when they’re 13 or whatever age when they’re teenagers, they start at a young age thinking about money, and managing it, and understanding it,” she said. “Versus when you have children raised in social structures where there isn’t that conversation about finances, or financial understanding. And this is for the very, very, very affluent and the very, very, very lacking.”

Days after customers learned of the impending closure, elected officials hosted a rally outside the bank, calling for Chase to reverse its plans and keep the branch open. Like his son, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz said he sent a letter to Chase officials, asking them to reconsider their decision. 

Another city council candidate, Abigail Martin, said she reached out to Demetris Giannoulias, chief executive of Bronx-based Spring Bank, asking if he would consider opening a branch in Chase’s place. Giannoulias, she said, agreed to explore the possibility.

A small business owner himself, Fazio said Spring Bank — with locations in the South Bronx and Harlem — has done well working with small businesses in those neighborhoods.

“If Chase decides to leave, eventually, which we hope that they don’t, then we have to pursue Spring Bank, and Bank of America, and any organization that would be able to provide services for our residents there,” Fazio said. “Because we need a financial institution in that neighborhood. Period.”

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Источник: https://riverdalepress.com/stories/chase-bank-says-its-closing-community-fights-back,72644

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