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When we switched banks recently we did switch to Chase which so far has been fine and easy to deal with (at least at our local branch) and online is much easier than at BOA.

I've had checking account with Chase a couple of times, and I still have a Chase Freedom Card of some flavor gathering dust in a locked file drawer.

The reason Chase ultimately lost my business was, they seemed incapable of leaving the same terms and conditions in place for longer than a year. The last time, the reworked the T&C less than a year after I adjusted to the last set of reworked T&C. No, they didn't go so far as to automatically charge me a fee before I could react to new T&C; but it was clear that I couldn't count on the rules staying the same.

Patzer
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