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ReformedCreditJunkie

Chase-no online access after closing ckg acct

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Well, I got run-off from a WAMU-->Chase checking account, lots of new fees now so I was happy to close it out.

 

Now, it has disappeared from my online access... I'm wondering if anyone knows whether it would have remained had I been enrolled in the paperless statements (which I hate--guess I'm too old school).

 

If I had no paper statements, and no online statements, I would be very unhappy right now, instead of being thrilled to be rid of Chase.

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Go to your local branch and speak to an representative.

They should be able to at least furnish you copies of you statements.

 

Good Luck

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It's a long shot (and I've only been with Chase for a short time) but you might want to check the show/hide accounts section. Mine says something to the effect of showing only "active" accounts.

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Go to your local branch and speak to an representative.

They should be able to at least furnish you copies of you statements.

 

Good Luck

 

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