Chase Bank account holders furious as thousands of dollars go missing: 'Want my money back plus extra for breach'
JPMorgan Chase & Co. that operates its banking services in New York City as Chase Bank was allegedly hacked on the evening of June 27.
Account-holders realized that their bank accounts had been compromised, with many complaining that they were missing hefty amounts and others claiming that they had extra money added to theirs. While the claims that "it was hacked" has no credibility, chances are that there were server problems or a possible glitch, which may have led to displaying the incorrect balances in the account details.
Many Twitter users who hold an account in the second largest bank in the world also complained of not being able to see the statement of their transactions from the past few days. One user even tried to block her credit card and the bank application said, "it couldn't connect to the server." While many were enraged and worried that they may have lost their savings, others were quick to poke fun at the huge muck-up.
"Rent is due in 3 days and now people are missing money from their Chase bank accounts #ChaseBank" said one user, while another added, "They added to my account so I’m confused but ain’t complaining #chasebank." Other users have been expressing their disappointment and anger at the bank's silence, despite the problem causing a stir on social media. "chasebank just took over $1,000 away from my checking acct!! Thankfully I still have all my money that I saved in my savings bc if not I’d really be losing my mother fucking shit!!!!!!! @Chase WHERE IS MY MONEY????????" said one user. "I don’t wanna hear no “sorry for the inconvenience” in the morning. Y’all are real quiet rn. I want my money back plus extra for breach, this InCoNvEniEnce #ChaseBank @Chase," another tweeted.
"For @Chase @ChaseSupport to stay so silent while they’re hundreds of ppl missing over THOUSANDS of dollars out of their accounts with no transaction history and no customer service addressing the issue is unacceptable! #ChaseBank", a user commented. "What the fuck is going on, my money better find itself in my account by the morning. The fuck kind of glitch is this #chasebank," another wrote in a tweet. One Chase Bank patron also cautioned people who had received extra money in their account, saying "A little warning: if there really is a problem with their servers and somehow you had extra money added to your account? DO NOT SPEND IT. When they correct the problem you can be prosecuted or have your credit score ruined for committing fraud. Let the dust settle. #chasebank."
Chase Bank is yet to make an official statement regarding the same. MEAWW cannot verify the claims being made on the internet independently.