I have been returning Chase credit card offers return-to-sender, replying NO on the application, calling Chase, emailing Chase, and writing Chase for well over a year to GET OFF THEIR CREDIT CARD OFFERS LISTS. I have registered with the OPT OUT OF CREDIT CARD OFFERS service. They won't stop!!! DEB WALDEN KEEPS SENDING THEM, SOMETIMES 3X A WEEK!!! So now each time I get one, I am EMIALING DEB WALDEN PERSONALLY. Here is her email address, for anyone else who is sick of being HARRASSED BY CHASE. Maybe IF SHE GETS THE SAME SHE GIVES, she'll GET THE MESSAGE and STOP MAILING THEM TO PEOPLE WHO DON'T WANT THEM!!!!! votherl over 4 years ago Deb Walden is most likely a fictitious person...send an e-mail to Gordon Smith, he is the CEO of Chase Card Services. Since you are on a "mailing list" Deb cannot do anything about it anyhow...Chase purchases these mailing lists! What will hit where it hurts is return the postage paid envelope...Chase has to pay the postage on the empty envelope! It won't stop the mail from coming, but you'll get a bit of satisfaction that you've just cost the company 44 cents...if a million of us do this, it will cost them nearly half a million dollars (which is what Smith's salary is per year)! Jan Mueller over 3 years ago THE POINT IS NOT TO CONTINUE THE WASTEFUL PRACTICES AND ENVIRONMENTAL WASTE. IF THAT MEANS NOTHING TO YOU, THEN CONSIDER THAT THESE ADDITIONAL RETURN TO SENDER MAILING COSTS WILL BE HANDED DOWN TO THE CUSTOMER dustudent014 1 year ago Well, I know that it means absolutely nothing to me. Since I'm not now a customer of CHASE nor will I ever be, I could care less if they pass the costs on to their customers. Maybe that would be enough to get their customers in an uproar and get Deborah Walden to stop sending so much junk mail. BTW, if you do some research, you would know that the paper industry plants hundreds of millions of new trees each year, they are very environmentally friendly because they know that they need trees to sustain their industry. They grow more trees than they cut down every year. Sending mail is not environmentally unfriendly. People who think like you are more dangerous to our society than people who send letters. Joe Squeed 1 year ago Deb Walden is a real person, I have met her. I am not sure why you are still getting those offers. It is only a click of a button when you call their customer service line to stop those offers. You just have to call each year as the request only last a year. I would call 1-800-945-2000 to have those offers stopped. Jodi over 2 years ago Chase sent me checks to use to "transfer balances from other high interest rate cards" taking advantage of their low interest rate. I owed $0 on my Chase card. I took advantage of their low interest rate offer, writing a check to pay off another credit card. To my surprise, when the check was presented for payment, according to the Chase frontline rep that answered my phone call, Chase Marketing "ran a credit check at the time the check was presented and "decided" that I had too much revolving credit, was therefore a risk, and declined payment". Additionally, I was charged a $35 return check fee by the credit card company I was trying to pay off!
Do you think Deb Walden, Executive Vice President, Chase Customer Service ever had the bright idea to run credit checks and "make their credit worthy decisions" BEFORE sending out checks to customers?