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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by rjones2002, Sep 13, 2003.
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I DUMPED CHASE...YOU CAN TOO...
rjones, same thing happened to me with Chase except they didn't bother to send me a notice (and now claim they did, in May) and I only found out about the rate increase when I actually saw the 23.99% rate on my August statement. When I complained they said it was because of high balances on my open accounts. My history is same as yours, solid w/ no overlimits or late payments on Chase or any other account and no negs on CRs.
CNetters advised me to go to Planet Feedback and send a protest letter at www.planetfeedback.com for a start, which I did, but haven't received any response yet. It can take some time. I'm also going to talk to their retention dept. and see if they care anything about keeping me as a customer. Their CSRs sure as hell don't. Don't waste your time.
George is right. Drop 'em if they treat you so poorly, especially with such a ridiculously low CL.
They did the EXACT same thing to me. I had a 5600 credit limit. I paid off the entire balance and within a week my limit was dropped down to 600.00. Then I received the "change of tems" in the mail saying they were jacking my already high (16.9 I believe) interest to 24.99%.
I too sent a letter via Planetfeedback and never received any response.
I'll be darned if I will close it though. Only because that is what THEY want me to do, obviously. I let it sit paid off for three months and this month I am going to charge the tiniest purchase on it. Just to make them send me a statement. I would love to find something for .25 cents. teeheehee!!! I wish I could tell them it is because I'm so worried about going over my itty bitty limit that I don't feel comfortable charging more than that. Besides, knowing them they would close my account saying my ratio was too high
Put a pack of gum or a can of soda on it...find a store that has self checkouts if you think you're going to get flak from the cashier over it.
You can always pay-at-the-pump for whatever amount you want without any dirty looks from cashier. But don't go any lower than $1 because they might write it off just to avoid to send you a paper statement. Go ahead and choose any amount between $1 and $3. I've heard it drives them crazy !!!
Seems to me I have read before that when you pay them off they cut limit, rate jack or both ? I have 5.5 % fixed guess I will have to always carry a $500 balance or so. I use the card alot though what is Chase thinking
Re: Chase change in terms notice...
My PFB letter got sent to a William Harrison Jr., CEO, Chase Manhattan Bank, NY City. I see others that got sent to President Michael J. Barrett in Wilmington, DE, and wonder if I sent my letter to the wrong place. I do have a letter signed by Barrett from April 2002 when I did a BT, so he is the president (apparently) of the CC division; Harrison is chief of the whole shebang, I guess.
The PFB complaint process gives you several Chase Manhattan options; it looks like Chase Manhattan Bank USA gets your letter addressed to Barrett.
I already sent a letter on my own to Barrett and the VP, George Palamara, with copies of the detailed letter I sent to Correspondence and Inquiries as the CSR supervisor directed. Should I go back to PFB and resend the complaint letter from them to Barrett?
How long should I wait for some response before I call retention? I sent my letters out on 9/5 and the PFB complaint on 9/9.