Deleting your Chase account is a pretty simple process. You can do it online or over the phone. The reason people delete their Chase account is usually that they’re closing all their accounts and going with another bank. But whatever your reason is, we’ll show you how to delete your account.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to delete your Chase account:
1. Log in to your online account and go to the Customer Service tab.
2. Under “Account Services,” select “Close Your Account.”
3. Enter your account number and select “Continue.”
4. Follow the instructions to close your account.
Here are some frequently asked questions about deleting your Chase account:
Q: Can I reopen my account after I close it?
A: Yes, you can reopen your account within 30 days of closing it. After that, you’ll need to reapply for an account.
Q: What happens to my outstanding balance when I close my account?
A: Your outstanding balance will be transferred to your new account.
Q: What about my direct deposit?
A: Your direct deposit will be transferred to your new account.
Q: How do I close my joint account?
A: To close a joint account, both account holders need to log in and follow the steps to close the account.
Q: I have a business account with Chase. How do I close it?
A: You’ll need to contact Business Banking Customer Service at 1-800-242-7338 to close your account.
Closing your Chase account is pretty simple and straightforward. Just follow the steps above and you’ll be all set.
If you have any other questions about deleting your Chase account, feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll be happy to help.
I’m Kevin Harkin, a technology expert and writer. With more than 20 years of tech industry experience, I founded several successful companies. With my expertise in the field, I am passionate about helping others make the most of technology to improve their lives.