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Interestingly, my local Chase now shows up in the "Private Client" search. Didn't used to. At one time I had thought about switching from the Plat but the way I use it, with AU's broken out on the statement by AU, it's less interesting and I sure don't want to carry both. The other reason was the high NPSL the Pd card offers as opposed to the barely over your limit NPSL of most other siggys but Amex's actual limits have not even been close to an issue.

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I think Palladium Cards are now only available to Private Client / Private Banking clients.

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My local Chase has converted to a "Private Client" Chase bank. According to the signage but the only difference I see is they now have enclosed cubicles. They did some free notary stuff and gave me a PC pitch brochure. I think the WF branch also does free notary stuff but in addition they offer Medallion service which Chase doesn't.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notarize

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medallion_signature_guarantee

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My local Chase has converted to a "Private Client" Chase bank. According to the signage but the only difference I see is they now have enclosed cubicles. They did some free notary stuff and gave me a PC pitch brochure. I think the WF branch also does free notary stuff but in addition they offer Medallion service which Chase doesn't.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notarize

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medallion_signature_guarantee

 

free ATM use, free incoming and outgoing international and domestic wires, no run-around when needing CSRs.

 

notary is ALWAYS supposed to be free. everywhere.

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notary is ALWAYS supposed to be free. everywhere.

heck, yeah, I can get a free notary at my local bank and I don't even have an account there.

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My local Chase has converted to a "Private Client" Chase bank. According to the signage but the only difference I see is they now have enclosed cubicles. They did some free notary stuff and gave me a PC pitch brochure. I think the WF branch also does free notary stuff but in addition they offer Medallion service which Chase doesn't.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notarize

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medallion_signature_guarantee

 

free ATM use, free incoming and outgoing international and domestic wires, no run-around when needing CSRs.

 

notary is ALWAYS supposed to be free. everywhere.

 

 

I used to pay the guy at the local UPS shipping depot $10 for notary services. Getting a notary license and kit is fairly simple and not expensive but it ain't free. Didn't know banks did this regularly though. I'm sure they reimburse employees for the costs.

 

I do know that banks with Medallion signature service are really hard to find. It's a big risk to them because if they sign off on a securities signature they are on the hook for the value of those securities. Not so with notaries which is why notarization is worthless for transferring securities that are in certificates and not street.

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