ChaseOptOut

Stop Chase from taking your right to sue – no stamp needed.

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Maintaining your rights as a consumer shouldn't require jumping through hoops. Take a look at what we built to help:
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Chase's contract update stops cardholders from taking them to court. To opt out, you must mail a physical letter. This site does it for you.
Would you recommend this product?

while I don't plan to join a class action lawsuit, this move from chase rubs me the wrong way and I appreciate a quick and easy way to deal with it

Pros:

easy

Cons:

have to give SSN

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Co-founder, FairShake
Hi Tiffany, glad you used the site! Just one clarification: we ask for a Chase account number, which is required by Chase for their arbitration opt out procedure. We never have asked or will ask for an SSN.
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Founder Vidi VR

I didn't opt out, but now I am more aware of my options and rights. Good information about this topic is on the radvocate site.

Pros:

helped me learn differences between class action, small claims court, and arbitration.

Cons:

opting out of the arbitration clause may not actually help me very much in the event of a dispute

CEO, Somebodyfix.me Consulting

great idea, but I think more liability than benefit

Pros:

great idea

Cons:

sending all my personal info and full credit card info to a 3rd party for creating a letter