Skip to comments.Making a Point to JP Morgan Chase (Vanity)
Posted on 01/22/2011 9:26:22 AM PST by sjneuf
Cashed out approximately $45K of JP Morgan Chase stock due to the blatant cronism between it and Obama. Need info on where to send copy of trade confirmation and explanation of decision to get rid of stock. Thoughts/info in this regard are appreciated. Thanks.
???? You mean send it to Jamie Dimon the CEO? You will probably be put on the no-fly list or terrorist list or something. Morgan has always been scummy like Goldman. Banksters helped get WW2 going. Oh and the Chase part is the Rockefeller family.
FYI - you “ain’t” gonna believe this. JP Morgan Chase has is a major provider and servicer of the food stamp credit cards. True. How many Americans on food stamps? 43 million? They moved from stamps to reduce the stigma.
Oh and to everybody else. Consider opening up a bank account with small local bank or smaller regional. Avoid the big banks. Also avoid any credit cards from GE Credit which may be Lowes, Home Depot, Best Buy, etc. Always check.
Got rid of all credit cards in ‘06. And yes, I bank with a small local bank.
Sorry the small or regional banks don’t offer the services that I want or need..
As a stockholder, you should’ve been receiving the annual reports - those should have every bit of contact info you want.
Sure they do. Unless you are issuing commercial paper. If it is international transactions I would use a foreign bank and not HSBC.
Sorry no way.. I prefer Chase, I’m happy with them.. Besides if I move I don’t have to find a new bank at my local. I made the choice and I’m sticking by it.
Try a large credit union then, like Pentagon Federal (anyone can join if a member of the National Military Families Association).
Nope, unless Credit Unions has ATM machines at convenient locations..
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