Pamela Powers Hannley, a progressive voice for Arizona
Officially, J. P. Morgan Chase’s online banking website went down in the early hours of Tuesday, September 14– affecting 16.6 million customers, including me. (Well, my employer, actually, since my money is in a local credit union.)
I have not been able to sign on to our small business Chase Bank account all week, and it’s now Thursday– day 4 of my personal Chase outage.
What’s up with that?
Hey, Chase, I’m sure there are thousands of unemployed webmasters and web security experts out there. Maybe you need to hire more staff? Or different staff? Or English-speaking American staff? Or pay them better?
Get it together!
P.S., Chase, I don’t believe that you don’t know what caused this.
P.S.S., Also, while I have your attention, you need to hire more people for your “customer service” telephone lines. I have called you multiple times, and your “customer service” lines either ring and ring or are busy. Again, there are plenty of people looking for work. Hire someone! You obviously need more competent staff.