JP Morgan Chase Complaint - Unfair trade practices
ATTN: ALL NEW ORLEANS RESIDENTS
JP Morgan Chase has been unrelenting in their pursuit of money from me since the federal levee breaches and resulting flood of the City of New Orleans. My home is 1 1/2 blocks from the breech at the 17th Street Canal. I have spent every dime I have, as well as all the blood, sweat and tears that goes into trying to put a life back together after this horrible disaster caused by circumstances my control. My boyfried and I have done a lot of the physical work ourselves.
I was denied an SBA loan in 2005 solely because Chase lied to me. The told me in Jan., 2005, that I had an extension and that they certainly would not give a bad report to the credit bureaus. In pulling my credit bureaus, I found that Chase had given me a bad report in December!!!!! In February, 2005, they told me if I paid $850, they would be able to work with me to extend the payments so I could try to make heads or tails of this unbelievable mess. In March, 2006, I received a bill for over $6800 past due. When I called to find out where the miscommunication was, I was told by 7 different agencies that I was a liar, that no one at Chase ever said that and that I had to pay the past due amount. I went up the ladder as far as I could, and go absolutely no where.
I have a second mortgage with them, unfortunately, and have had a time trying to keep up with the payments. I have begged them to help me on some many occasions I can no longer count them. I just caught up with them last week, and now they are calling me to find out when I will make my next payment. The due date was April 25. I just received the bill due to the never ending delays in the US Postal system to get us our mail on time.
This company has me stressed out beyound belief, and continue to call, which is starting to amount to harrassment.
Please, anyone in South Louisiana who has had similar experiences, please forward e-mails to firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be interested to see how many of my fellow New Orleanians have experienced this same treatment from Chase.
Depending on how many e-mails we receive, it may prompt action from the Attoroney General, or perhaps they should be sued in a class action for all of our benefits, especially those whole are already carrying the world on their shoulders, as am I.
WE HAVE TO MAKE A STAND AGAINST THESE UNFAIR, UNSCRUPULOUS, OUTRAGEOUS PRACTICES.