Class Action Lawsuit Against Chase Bank

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Chase Bank was recently sued by a class-action lawsuit against them. The lawsuit was filed by a group of Chase customers that say they were deceived into dealing with Chase through an unsecured loan that later cost them their home. The reason this class action lawsuit was filed is due to the way Chase Bank advertises its services. Most people view commercials on television and in magazines as just something a bank representative is telling someone else. They assume that because the bank uses the word “bank” in advertising, those commercials are meant to be taken seriously and are meant to be true.

But in actuality, many of these ads are very misleading.

It’s not uncommon for a bank or other lender to use exaggerated statements in their advertisements to sway consumer opinion. There is nothing wrong with exaggerating the details to persuade a person into accepting service or making a purchase. But when it comes to class-action lawsuits, the use of exaggerations is considered deceptive and can lead to real problems for the bank in the form of a lawsuit.

In Chase’s class-action lawsuit against them, the ad used in television advertisements showed pictures of a man holding up a sign that said “Chase Bankruptcy.” This was shown multiple times in a row. Even more startling was the statement in the lawsuit itself: “Chase Bankruptcy has caused havoc in your life!” Can you imagine the reaction of a debtor in this instance? They immediately knew that Chase Bankruptcy was a horrible thing to be in and immediately felt aggrieved. Now, this class action lawsuit is forcing Chase Bank to pay refunds and back taxes to the taxpayers who have been affected by their actions.

If you’re looking for information on filing a class-action lawsuit against Chase Bank, then you’ll certainly want to take a look at my website.

That site is designed to give you all of the resources you will need to file your lawsuit successfully in Federal Court. You’ll learn the best types of paperwork to prepare, the best ways to frame your complaint, and what documents to obtain before filing. It also has some great articles written by legal professionals like David Gamache that can help you with your Chase Bank lawsuit.

Class action lawsuits are not just about Chase Bank, they’re about any bank or lending institution that engages in such activities. So don’t feel like you’re the only one who has had experience with a class action lawsuit against Chase Bank. And don’t feel like you have to file your lawsuit with the local court nearest to you if you don’t want to. There are companies and attorneys nationwide who specialize in helping people file these lawsuits.

So if you’re a Chase Bank customer who has been the victim of deceptive advertising and are owed a refund and back taxes, then don’t waste any more time. Contact a qualified attorney today who can make a class action lawsuit on your behalf. You have nothing to lose but thousands of dollars to win!

4 thoughts on “Class Action Lawsuit Against Chase Bank

  1. arbitrary capricious and discrimination in closing checking account without cause which denied customer’s receipt of direct deposit of social security monthly payment

  2. I HAVE BANKED WITH CHASE FOR A LONG TIME AND I HAVE ALWAYS HAD A PROBLEM WITH THEM AND I HAD IT, I WAS RIPPED OFF ELEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND THEY WON’T RETURN MY MONEY, LATER I FOUND OUT THROUGH MY STATEMENT I WAS RIPPED OFF MORE MONEY THROUGH ZELLE AND CHECKS AND THEY ONLY RETURNED SOME OF MY MONEY NOT MOST OF IT CAN I GET HELP GETTING BACK MY MONEY

  3. The same thing happened to us. Chase transferred almost ten thousand dollars from our checking account to pay down our credit cards without authorization. Then, allowed fraudulent purchases on credit cards before closing those accounts. Refused to return money transferred from checking claiming we “received a benefit”. Placed the checking account in a suspended status for weeks after instead of closing it, which allowed Chase to continue receiving our direct deposit pay and social security checks. We lost our accrued funds on deposit and the benefit of advantageous “my Chase plan” credit card financing. Seeking a lawyer to recover losses.

  4. Chase place a hold on my entire account based on their baseless suspicion that my I stole my client’s check. This is not their call but the payor bank. I am an attorney and Chase’s action impacted my receipt of other funds for legal services rendered. A hold should be placed on the check and not the account. I am filing a complaint with the NY Department of Financial Services.

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