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CHASE SPOKESWOMAN is Speechless for Once!!!

Chase Spokeswoman, Stephanie Jacobson has never been at a loss for words. When asked to comment on the controversy, Ms. Jacobson never passed up an opportunity to denigrate the 400,000 Chase account holders who were and continue to be victims of Chase’s no-opt-out change in terms which served as the inspiration for this website.

Thus, it was pure pleasure to read that Stephanie could not comment after a Federal Judge ruled against Chase today. The issue is not exactly on point with our issues but hey, any ruling against Chase is a step in the right direction. May the future hold many more headlines like the following….

JPMorgan loses court ruling over credit cards

Excerpt:

NEW YORK, May 19 (Reuters) – A federal appeals court reinstated a claim by a JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) credit card holder accusing the bank of failing to properly disclose risk factors that allow it to suddenly raise rates.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said the bank failed to make “clear and conspicuous disclosure” of the annual percentage rates it could impose, as required under the federal Truth in Lending Act, by burying the reason for an increase in the fine print of a cardholder agreement….

…He said this was “buried too deeply in the fine print” for a reasonable cardholder to realize the bank could raise the APR not just for events of default, but for “any reason at all.”….

…Chase spokeswoman Stephanie Jacobson said the New York-based bank does not comment on pending litigation.”…

May the lawsuits continue to multiply. May court rulings against Chase gain momentum. May Ms. Jacobson be unable to comment on many occasions as lawsuits against Chase wend their way through the court system.

I hope having to hold her tongue is driving Stephanie nuts. 😆 Being powerless to counter her many derogatory comments about me and my fellow account holders kind of drove me crazy. Ah….the sound of (Stephanie’s) silence. So sweet.



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