Nope. Any eBay shopping I do (which is rare) is done through PayPal.
I just tend to use apple pay with eBay
Thank you. That is now changed. R-
No, I use Apple pay on eBay now. No need for card details being saved
Yup, all changed over. R-
There’s community support for you
OK - quick chat with CS and all good. Online use is back, but I’ll be using PayPal from now. Lesson learned. R-
I’d be more curious about why they waited until the next day to contact you if they thought the transactions suspect.
The notifications all popped up when I logged in the day after the fraud was attempted. Chase had already denied clearing any of them until I told them whether it was me or not and I froze the card immediately using the options in the notifications. The fact that it took an additional day to resolve was my choice due to other demands on my time/attention. I had frozen the card and no money had left my account so I was relaxed [ish] about it all. Very pleased with the action Chase took and the call to CS this morning [pretty sure it was stateside] was answered, and the matter dealt with very swiftly. R-
Paypal buyer protection is quicker to use for small value ebay items than trying chargeback too.
Did the mobile insurance for the £11 price they floated after that one cover the same amount of phones too?
I can’t recall, but they’re definitely going after the market leader in packaged accounts with this offering. It’s identical in benefits, it’s cheaper, and there’s no minimum term.
But it’s not for me.
I’d rather something fresh than yet another already been done by someone else product.
I think nationwide joint account is better as it’s the same fee but covers both account holders for what appears to be the same benefits as Chase are offering. Please correct me if I am wrong.
The terms and conditions of that forum/platform are against sharing details of the surveys.
It’s never stopped people. It’s a wonder we’ve gone this long without anyone blabbing. There’s been more exciting surveys than this over the last few months.
Did you do the survey? They floated a few pricing models, discount for an initial term with an expected raise. A higher starting price or an indeterminate raise later
Personally, I think they should be selling comfort features alongside it - current account parity with savings rates. I’m convinced people like on this forum or that looked for the best deal w Chase, would just setup scheduled transfers
I’m also surprised their 5% interest on the roundups is still continuing. Seems like another bank that starts with the decent deal and lets BoE erode it
Yes. It seems there were different prices shown to different people.
Mine was £13 with a raise to £15 after 24 months, and then the £11 one that @BazzaBhoy posted.
Might want to be silent then, as it seems like that could be helpful in identifying users
I somehow doubt they have spies on a niche forum like this