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  1. totalanonymity

    totalanonymity New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just emailed them early this morning (middle of the night) and received a message rather promptly.

    "Thank you for contacting the Internet Service Center.

    We appreciate the opportunity to provide the information
    you need. Please know our willingness to help you.

    In the effort to provide better service to our existing
    customers, Chase's product and service development team is
    currently working on a similar application of our iPhone
    QuickDeposit for Android phones. Android Application is
    available in mid November 2010.

    Chase Android application will be available for download
    and will have functionally consistent with Chase iPhone
    application. Android app will have QuickDeposit
    functionality and eligibility that will mirror iPhone
    QuickDeposit."

    Let's hope that "mid-November 2010" is correct. If so, that's a mere week or two away!

    (I posted another post about it regardless of past threads with the same topic because they all seemed old.)
     

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  2. CRAZYISH

    CRAZYISH Well-Known Member

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    Oh yea cant wait
     
  3. totalanonymity

    totalanonymity New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Glad they are indeed including the QuickDeposit feature once they released it, instead of releasing a barebones application as a start. At least, that's what they're saying. We all know how an entry-level representative doesn't ever fully know.
     
  4. glockjs

    glockjs Well-Known Member

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    god only reason i'm tied to these f'ers is cause of wamu. late to the game much? but bOFa being there already doesnt say much either
     
  5. OstrichSaK

    OstrichSaK Well-Known Member

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    I have a couple accounts with them that I haven't used much and am in need of some new business accounts. I would have a great use for this feature as my business gets a lot of payment via check and my bank (USBank) is in the dark ages when it comes to technology but I've had accounts with them for about 20yrs now. If this happens rather quickly I will likely deposit in my existing personal accounts as well as open up some business accounts to use this application with.

    Does anyone know if there's a charge to use this app (iPhone version obviously since it's already out) like per use or month fee or anything?
     
  6. MJM128

    MJM128 Well-Known Member

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    I'll believe it when I see it. I already sent an email and got a response saying beginning of September. Lets hope that when it DOES come out it isn't a fail port like the facebook app was and still is.
     
  7. thomasanderson

    thomasanderson Well-Known Member

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    Nope no fee.
     
  8. gnmitchell

    gnmitchell Active Member

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    Just spoke to a Chase representative and the Android App will be available on November 14th!
     
  9. OstrichSaK

    OstrichSaK Well-Known Member

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    Then I'll be opening accounts w/Chase Bank NA next week.
     
  10. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member

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    Nice to know, I gave up on it.
    I use Mint.com

    Pretty sweet, check it out.
     
  11. OstrichSaK

    OstrichSaK Well-Known Member

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    Give my banking information to a 3rd party? Pass.
     
  12. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member

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    You are still accessing bank files over a wireless network with the chase app.
    Read the orange writing on the Market apps you install before you click OK. Keyboard apps even state that it can access your passwords and such.

    Mint.com accessing my banking info doesn't concern me as much as me searching "Cadillac STS" and me getting 5 Cadillac ads on my GMail sidebar as soon as I open it...
     
  13. OstrichSaK

    OstrichSaK Well-Known Member

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    If this is your reasoning then you understand VERY little about internet security. When I access via an app it's encrypted. When you access via a 3rd party it's an encrypted... all the way to that third party. Once it get so them it's information you've volunteered. Ask the thousands who were duped by a 3rd party Bank of America app last year what they think about volunteering their bank information to a third party now. Volunteering your personal and bank information to ANYONE other than your bank (and in most cases I wouldn't even volunteer it to my bank either) is a bad idea. Period.
     
  14. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member

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    Haven't had an issue in 10 years of volunteering my info. I guess shopping online is a bad idea too then.
    How would you not volunteer personal info to your bank? They kinda need alot of info if you need a loan and such.
    Funny how you don't want to volunteer info to your bank, or you would rather not, but you are excited about a Chase app, and you are using it for business on top of that. I understand your opinion on 3rd parties, but what you say on the bottom of this thread doesn't really reflect your sentiments on the first.
    Thanks for telling me I know VERY little about something. For a person that is VERY concerned about volunteering information, obviously you know VERY little about information that is collected on every click on the web. Simply cruising the web is more hazardous then volunteering information to a 3rd party.
     
  15. OstrichSaK

    OstrichSaK Well-Known Member

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    10yrs of giving your personal banking info to 3rd parties is luck, not security.

    By giving my info to my bank what I meant was another popular con where you get spoof emails and phone calls claiming to be your bank putting a freeze on you assets if you don't verify you info.... then they have all your info. That's what I meant by that. Most people with reading comprehension got what was meant by that statement.

    So now any 3rd party that seems legit is worthy of giving all of your banking info to? I'm sure nobody has even been scammed doing that. What are you going to tell me next that our government has our best interests in mind so we should surrender everything to them and them do as they wish? The fact that you are even defending giving all of your personal banking information to a 3rd party makesme want to go start some apps or websites for farming information because it's pretty clear there are still plenty of morons out there who will be easy picking. It's one thing for some people to be naive and genuinely not know through ignorance but for you to actually argue about it just proves you're not playing with a full deck.

    'Simply cruising the web is more hazardous then volunteering information to a 3rd party' ??

    I think this conversation is over now. You once again have proven you don't know the first thing you talk about.
     
  16. ookees

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    It's Nov 14th where is the app?
     
  17. thomasanderson

    thomasanderson Well-Known Member

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    I find it kind of interesting that no one who works in the chase IT/developer capacity who has an Android device has chimed in to any Android message board and made any official statement, or even told a family member or cousin or anything about an imminent release for this app. I find it exceptionally weird that almost every other major bank in the US has an app for both platforms (iphone and Android) even if it is bare bones, atleast they want us to know that they are aware of us. This situation with the delay has really piqued my interest. I mean if the iphone does have an exclusivity deal with Chase, why Chase? Is there some secret deal brokered with Steve Jobs to make this his primary financial institution? I mean Chase has always stayed on par for the course when it comes to technology(Internet banking, mobile alerts, etc). Now all of a sudden we see this lucrative market in the future of mobile banking and we completely ignore it for months. Not saying anything important. Just curious is all.
     
  18. DDustiNN

    DDustiNN Well-Known Member

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    Last week, the teller at the bank told me it would be available on the 15th.
     
  19. killertoad

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    Just called and they said for sure the 26th. We will see if this date holds up.
     
  20. xdiord

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    It's official. Beginning November 19, 2010, Chase Customers to securely manage their accounts from their Android devices. The Chase Mobile Banking App for Android will be available at no cost in the Market on that date.
     
  21. taven1

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    I wish it was the 19th, but I sent an email earlier today and this was their reply...


    Thank you for contacting Chase.

    We appreciate you inquiring about a Chase Android
    application.

    We would like to inform you that Android App will not be
    available for customers to download until approximately
    11/26. That's when Google will make it available in the
    Android Market.

    We hope that the above information has clarified your
    inquiry. Chase strives to provide excellent service to
    all of our customers. It has been our pleasure to be of
    service to you. Please be assured that we value you as a
    customer and wish for your experience with Chase to be one
    of satisfaction and ease.

    If you have any questions or require further assistance,
    please e-mail us via the Secure Message Center or contact
    our Internet Service Center at 1-877-242-7372.

    Thank you,


    Jonash Sanchez
    Internet Service Center

    At least we know we are getting closer :)
     
  22. DDustiNN

    DDustiNN Well-Known Member

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  23. hersman403

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    I emailed chase and got a response like 5 minutes:
    My message:

    Message Dear XXXXXXXXX,

    Thank you for contacting Chase.

    We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused you.

    In response to your inquiry, the release for Android
    application will be on November 19, 2010.

    This new application will allow Android users to access
    their Chase accounts, pay bills, transfer funds, send
    wires, make deposits using Chase Quick Deposit and locate
    Chase branches or ATMs using their phones. It's very
    similar to the iPhone app; however, the following will not
    be available in the Android application at this time:

    -QuickPay Service
    -View Debit/Credit Card rewards
    -Receive push notifications

    If you require further assistance, please e-mail us via
    the Secure Message Center or contact Chase By Phone at
    1-800-935-9935. Chase By Phone representatives are
    available to assist you 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM, seven days a
    week with automated account information available 24-hours
    a day.

    Thank you,
    Julian Carlo Chua Paulino
    Internet Service Center



    This was my original message:

    I have seen conflicting dates on the release of the
    Android OS chase app, I have been a chase customer for
    several years and I would definately get much use out of a
    mobile application from Chase Bank. Is there a release
    date as of this time?
    Thank you for you time.....
    XXXXXXXXX
     
  24. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like the Moto Droid 2.1 release was...everyone knows, but no one really knows
     
  25. hersman403

    hersman403 New Member

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    It's in the market!!!!
     
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