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Thanks for wrecking the economy. But James, you should have had the foresight to see that I, and surely so many of your other customers, will no longer have money to deposit at Chase, nor IRAs, nor nuthin'. And if we still do, we're sorely tempted to take it out and put it into a credit union or under our mattresses, if we haven't already. Karma is the cosmic cash register, whether you believe in it or not. No debt will go unpaid, boys. Wait--Sri Pandit, surely YOU understand karma! Oh man, I sure wouldn't want to be you when your corpse is floating down the Great Ganga! Next life is gonna be pure hell, and probably the one after that, and the one after that... Christopher Walsh 11211
What would be enough to make a wealthy person like you to wreck the economy as you guys did?... Never came to your mind that your business would benefit the most with a wealthy middle class and a healthy economy?......so why to sink the middle class in the mess you did?......to make profits faster?...or just to prove that you are smarter than anyone else?......Can't figure out why. But whatever reasons you had to do it, whatever profits you made, that is NOTHING if compared with the profits you would be doing with a healthy economy, and the side benefits of being know as a leader and receive recognition and glory for that. Change your views. You still have power and means to get the right thing done. Act before it's too late. Ernesto Carvalho 33141
The days of raping the public to provide yourselves with obscene and ridiculous amounts of money are over. Give up, realize your mistakes, and start being reasonable. The American people, and people all over the world deserve a fair shake and there's no reason for you people to wallow in cash. You can be wealthy and happy without raping the rest of the world. Melinda Barrett 91344
You, in your position could do something good for the humanity. Think about it and come up with something! It will help your sleep and you will feel better as a person. Life is not about the profits, life is about sharing, about living in a better world for everybody. Take action. BE AN EXAMPLE FOR THE REST OF YOUR COLLEAGUES.
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my aunts house is in limbo because she keep on getting railroaded by your people about her mortgage. thank you so much… for taking peoples homes when all they when is so… some forgiveness when they are unemployed. But your company doesn’t know how /doesn’t want to help people… if you let people keep their homes and pay a lower payment while they are unemployed and when they get a job they can pay a higher payment…. but it keeps them in their homes. thank you for making so…. Americans homeless.
We have been loyal customers of Wells Fargo since 2008, and until recently had all our accounts including a Visa with WF. We live near a lovely branch, with very friendly and efficient tellers. However, we find the newly imposed $3. quite an insult. My husband and I are retired, and every penny counts. I don’t see why I should pay WF a fee, when they are making record profits and paying the CEO huge amounts of money. It is this kind of greed that is making us all so angry. We are being taken advantage of. Therefore, we intend to take all our Wells Fargo accounts and transfer them to our local credit union, where we will be treated more respectfully and not feel preyed upon. Thank you for reading my email. Carole Levinthal Seattle
Hello Joe L Price, I hope your children, or if you don’t have any, you in that case, are/have enjoyed you post-secondary education. It must be nice to be able to have the privilege to afford a highly-ranked school. I’m currently going to university right now and my parents are have an excellent time scrambling for cash to somehow get me through university. My parents aren’t slouches either - they are a teacher and a lawyer who have both been to school so that they could afford to put their children through school, perhaps like you have. But they can’t, between them trying to pay between mortgage payments, property taxes and life in general and myself taking out student loans, I will graduate with an average of $30,000 in debt. That wouldn’t be so bad if it would be easy to get a job out of school, but with declining job availability and lowered salaries, its starting to make it seem impossible. The thing is if I didn’t get a post-secondary education, job opportunities would be even more slim and I would end up in great debt anyways in attempt to keep up with the rat race. I hope your children have the same opportunities at massive debt and unattainable financial comfort in the future as I do.
Hey “Auntie” Ellen! Do you remember me? You do? Great! I havent seen you in a while. But I’m sure you know who I am, Mia! I opened my first bank account with you a few years back. My parents have their bank accounts with you. You’re like family to us. Remember that super-cute dress I wore to open my first bank account? Well, I came across it the other day, and thought fondly of you. I hope you got my invitation to the Family Picnic next month, and we were thinking you could stop by Thanksgiving. Maybe? Well, try to make it happen, but if not, I understand. Gaby Abdelnour might stop by as well. Heck! Lets make it a whole Chase Bank Party! Maybe you could bring some great, and inexpensive healthcare with you. Some great retirement packages, and maybe a cheese platter? Great, talk to you later. -Mia
Lost Condo | 0
I like you to know that I lost my condo because I could no longer afford to make the payments. I bought the condo for 65000 dollars and now it is worth less than $5000 dollars. My credit is ruined. I will never be allowed to purchase property again. I wanted to tell you how much I appreciat this — so much so that I’m starting a campaign to have people withdraw there funds from bank of america and put there money into credit unions so they don’t get screwed like I did.
Hola Manuel... | 0
Manuel, perteneces a la maquinaria de esa élite financiera que maneja verdaderamente el destino de un país. Más allá del gobernador, el legislador, incluso el presidente o primer ministro de un país, un pequeño grupo de personas que dicta las reglas de este perverso juego en el que las mayorías terminan pagando las decisiones equivocadas, dejando las ganancias a esa minoría económicamente poderosa????? La justicia nos lleva a la Unión, sientes que hay unión en el mundo. que podemos hacer…
I am 44 and just a year ago finally got out of an abusive relationship. I have a 2 and half year old and a 12 year old. I had nothing when i ended the relationship. I had to get a job at minimum wage. I have been at for almost a year. I have to take bus to get to daycare and work due to prices of a automobile. I can’t afford a bank account due to all charges. I had to just buy food for my kids and make a little go a long way. I can’t afford medical or counseling for all the abuse i encountered. I just work to pay for my rent/bills/food. I buy clothes at the thrift shops. I live in montana and have no family here. I had to go to my daughters school and voice what she has endured with bullying daily. You want to walk in my shoes and tell me if you could have achieved what i have in a year with as little as i started, well please do. I also pay taxes for your benefits and are you eatting well, do you have a nice home, are your clothes bought at a thrift store. When you go to sleep at night remember what i have endure and accomplished while you are taking my money that i could give a little more to my kids…God Bless You and your children. I don’t know how i am going to put my kids through college, well i guess my kids don’t deserve a good life, because you are destroying their future.
I have moved my small amount of checking & savings to a small bank & couldn't be happier! Your greedy influence on the political scene has brought this country down. You should be helping America to regain our status in the world. Chiyo Yakushi 94402