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Re: Chase closed my former WaMu CC account after I paid it off! Is it bad for my score?

FTCreporter wrote:
Is Chase becoming the most evil bank in America? I have had several friends with similar stories. I think the Federal Trade Commission, you Better business bureau and other agencies... should know about these closures and cancelations. THey reported a profit last month on the back of ordinary hard working Americans what a shame!


Welcome to the forums!


Millions of former WaMu accounts are in the process of being closed. Chances of your knowing someone touched by a closure is fairly high.


The correct agancy to address a complaint to is the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency:


with a copy sent to the Attorney General of your state. The Comptroller of the Currency has sole federal oversight power over banking entities.

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