There is a case brewing that Chase’s shoddy record keeping of their customer’s credit card balances and debts owed was more than sloppy record keeping but rather, purposeful fraud. Being a debt settlement law firm representing many, many consumer debtors against creditors including Chase, we felt it was odd that a bank, of all institutions, would keep such bad records of money owed to them! And, of course after all the fraud committed by banks and financial institutions that contributed to the Great Recession we all had to endure, it doesn’t come as a big surprise that fraud may have been committed in their other big money making ventures besides home mortgages: credit cards. What can we do to do make sure that banks like Chase don’t get away with it? Hire a debt settlement attorney who can fight for the fairness you deserve! And, of course, change banks!
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