Chase today continued to expand banking services to help its customers impacted by this week’s storms. Automatic fee waivers have been extended through Monday, and nearly 70 percent of Tri-State branches – more than 725 locations - are now open and serving customers.
Chase has extended its automatic fee waivers for consumers and small business customers in CT, DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA, VA, MA, NH, RI, and the District of Columbia. This will give customers until the end of business on Monday, Nov. 5, to make a deposit or a payment to bring their account current and avoid fees.
Extended fee waivers apply to:
- Overdraft Protection Transfer, Extended Overdraft, Returned Item and Insufficient Funds Fees for deposit accounts
- Late fees on credit cards, business and consumer loans, including mortgages, home-equity, auto and student loans
Customers also can use:
- QuickDeposit online banking
- Chase Mobile App – banking from anywhere, even when electricity isn’t available
Chase also announced yesterday that it would temporarily raise its QuickDeposit Mobile limits significantly to help customers during this time when they typically receive paychecks, social security or other government checks.
More than 2,200 ATMs are already running, representing nearly 70 percent of the total ATM network in the region. Customers can use the Chase Mobile App or visit chase.com to check
for details on branches in the market.
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