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Anyone else having Chase cards stolen lately?`

Postby lobbythis » Sun Mar 15, 2015 1:42 pm

Myself and a family member both had our numbers stolen and these cards are only a few months old.

One CSP and one Ritz card. I would think it's aftermath from that huge breach they had last year, but these cards were acquired very recently so I have no clue what other problems they are having but this makes me uneasy having money with them.

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Postby popamode72 » Sun Mar 15, 2015 4:15 pm

I haven't had that issue but I'll be keeping a close eye out on my chase cards in case something like that happens.
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Postby takeshi » Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:51 am

No issues here either.

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Postby Ratfacedudeguy » Tue Mar 17, 2015 1:50 pm

I had my CSP reissued after chase fraud flagged a Spotify charge that wasn't my own. As usual, I was contacted via text and email, and it gave me an excuse to get a reissue with an EMV embedded card, so it was actually pretty convenient for me. The reissue took 3-5 business days, but chase has rushed delivery of my CSP when I asked (and once when I didn't!).

So as per usual, diligently monitor your statements, promptly dispute any unrecognized charges (if the fraud team doesn't catch it first), and you should have nothing to worry about.
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Postby lobbythis » Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:51 pm

I'm not concerned about monitoring. I'm concerned with such odd behavior on 2 brand new cards from a top lender. I've never seen anything like it so that's why I brought it up.

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Postby CarefulBuilder14 » Tue Mar 17, 2015 9:00 pm

I haven't had any problems with Chase lately - and given the number of waiters that have been alone with my CSP lately, it's a wonder.
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Postby LessIsMore » Tue Mar 17, 2015 11:31 pm

I have 3 Chase cards (Slate, Freedom, & co-branded I monitor activity on all my cards at least once a week - sometimes more often than that. Nothing out of the ordinary.


they recently sent me a card with both a magnetic stripe and an embedded chip to replace my stripe-only Chase Freedom VISA. This isn't the first time I've seen the new security. I got my niece in Tacoma an ORCA card last month (a bus pass) that uses only the embedded chip technology. But when it comes to credit cards, I imagine this will be a 3-step process:

1) replace cards with cards that have both a stripe and chip.
2) get retailers to abandon their stripe-readers for chip-readers.
3) replace cards with new cards that use only chip-based security.

I know next to nothing about this new security technology. But in the back of my mind, I remember the old computer-hacker axiom, "Whatever can be computed can be hacked." Ultimately, I'd imagine cards themselves will be done away with - replaced by a point-of-sale retina scan that will give people a "menu" of credit accounts to choose from. But (sigh), I imagine even that can be hacked. Hehehe, maybe we should all go back to using cash (grin).

P.S. I'm to a point now where I generally watch only 2 channels on TV - the Weather Channel, and a 24-hour news channel when the Weather Channel starts their "crap programming" (5pm-2am, PST). And starting this summer, I'll begin a process of weening myself off TV itself - in favor of an old-school technology referred to as "books" (grin). Recently (using my Chase VISA), I ordered 4 very thick books on cultural anthropology - which should keep me busy all summer.
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Re: Anyone else having Chase cards stolen lately?`

Postby Ray » Sun Jul 19, 2015 11:22 am


I had a Chase Freedom as my only card for 15 years ... without a single problem. I paid automatically in full every month ... on time. Life was simple.

Then last summer there was a breach ... significant fraudulent charges. And I'm in the middle of another one right now.

Although I reported everything immediately ... right by the book ... in writing, ... Chase gave me a hard time both times. I've spent dozens of hours jumping through their hoops, and being treated disrespectfully by them.

Needless to say, they're not my only card any longer ... and they only get a small fraction of my business now. I can't depend on Chase.

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