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Well the bankers at chase are starting to tell people what they can spend over the holidays.Just another straw on the camels back!

I keep telling people tyrants are trying to control us by say "ITS FOR YOUR SAFTY" and allot of people think im being silly.

Its happening to us one small thing at a time!

Here is yet one more example, this time directly with people's DEBIT cards no less.

Are people waking up to the reality of overcontrolling power freaks that are trying to control everything we do yet?

WARNING NOTICE- this only applies to their DEBIT cards, why not credit cards?

It strictly limits customers ability to get cash from their accounts!


Looks like Argentina and many other countries doesn't it?

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gacpl commented on Sunday, Dec 22, 2013 at 08:09 AM

it is only temporary, and only until they receive their new cards. and only for those that had their info stolen at target. all fund can be received if you go to the bank, not a total limitation.

from the site.

The security of your Chase card is always our highest priority
As you’ve learned from recent news reports, Target reported that it experienced a data breach on debit and credit cards that its customers used to make purchases in their stores from November 27th through December 15th. Unfortunately, some Chase debit, Liquid and credit cards were identified as at risk because of Target’s security breach.
Here’s what customers should know:

If your card is at risk, we will communicate to you directly.
First and most important, if your card is at risk, don’t worry. All your Chase cards have our Zero Liability Protection.1 That means you're not liable for unauthorized transactions you report to us.
We use sophisticated fraud-monitoring tools to review account transactions and detect unusual spending and ATM patterns. This helps us stop fraudulent transactions.
Here’s what has changed:

Defending against fraud is a top priority for us, so we are taking additional precautions to try to keep Chase accounts safe.
Customers whose Chase debit cards or Chase Liquid Cards are at risk by the Target breach will experience some temporary limits on cash and purchases until we can replace their cards.
If you need cash beyond these limits please visit a branch. With proper identification, you can access your available funds.
Chase credit card customers can continue to use their cards.
Here’s what customers whose cards are at risk can do:

Employees at our 5,600 branches are standing by to help you if you need more cash than $100. With proper identification, you can access your available funds.
Many branches will also stay open on Sunday, December 22nd to help customers.
To find a branch near you, visit our branch locator on
Monitor your account -- including using or Chase Mobile – for transactions you don’t recognize.
We realize this could not have happened at a more inconvenient time with the holiday season upon us. We are taking these precautions to combat fraud and prevent criminals from using Chase cards. Thank you to all of our customers for your patience.

And here is a big thank you to the Chase employees who are working on Sunday to help our customers! They are showing the real spirit of the holidays.

icyman61 commented on Sunday, Dec 22, 2013 at 08:27 AM

We will see wont we.

We will see just how TEMPORARY it is.

Call me a sceptic, but I dont believe ANY BANKERS, or politicians they are equally disqusting in my eyes.

icyman61 commented on Sunday, Dec 22, 2013 at 09:20 AM

Just got update from more than 3 people who have accounts there.

They already had replacement cards and STILL have the limits.

Now keep in mind, this is only to limit Chases potential for loss, not the person holding the account.

Yet they explain it to most that they are doing it to "PROTECT the Customer" thats a lie.

The customer is protected by laws and regulations governing the banking industry.

Two of the people who told me about it have even CHANGED their accounts, and with NEW account numbers Chase is limiting their with drawls, sound FISHY to you yet?

icyman61 commented on Thursday, Dec 26, 2013 at 20:27 PM

WELL you have the BANKS lying to their customers, as I pointed out. Its not for our protection, but theirs, and they limit the amount of money people(THE PEOPLES MONEY) can draw out of their banks.

icyman61 commented on Saturday, Dec 28, 2013 at 10:34 AM

Sebekm are you kidding me, you didnt read it was to protect their customers?

Its just like taking your rights away, its for your protection too!

icyman61 commented on Saturday, Dec 28, 2013 at 20:10 PM

I have been reading alot concerning it, but it was in one of the links, I thought this one. Perhaps I posted one where they didn't make that lame statement. Anyway.

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