Did Chime Abruptly Close Your Account?

You May Be Entitled to Up to $1K

If Chime closed your bank account or credit card without giving you advance warning, you may be eligible for up to $1,000 in compensation. If you missed rent payments or bills due to your account being closed or because of delays in getting your money, or you were unable to receive stimulus, unemployment, or other direct deposit funds because of Chime’s actions, you may also qualify.

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Chime Didn’t Give Notice
The company’s failure to provide users advance warning or a detailed explanation for account closures violated federal banking laws.
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If Chime closed your bank account or credit card without giving you advance warning, you may be eligible for up to $1,000 in compensation.

Last summer, Chime reportedly began closing customer accounts without notice. Users report receiving an email notifying them their account was closed. After the accounts were closed, users waited weeks for a paper check sent from Bancorp Bank containing the balance of the funds in their accounts—often resulting in missed bills or other payments. Ultimately, individuals report they were unable to get answers as to why Chime closed their accounts, resulting in poor timing for many users who were waiting on stimulus or unemployment payments due to COVID-19. For their actions, Chime did not provide a detailed explanation as to why the accounts were being closed.  This may violate Chime’s contracts with accountholders or banking regulations.

If Chime closed your bank account or credit card without giving you advance warning, you may be eligible for up to $1,000 in compensation.

Last summer, Chime reportedly began closing customer accounts without notice. Users report receiving an email notifying them their account was closed. After the accounts were closed, users waited weeks for a paper check sent from Bancorp Bank containing the balance of the funds in their accounts—often resulting in missed bills or other payments. Ultimately, individuals report they were unable to get answers as to why Chime closed their accounts, resulting in poor timing for many users who were waiting on stimulus or unemployment payments due to COVID-19. For their actions, Chime did not provide a detailed explanation as to why the accounts were being closed.  This may violate Chime’s contracts with accountholders or banking regulations.

If Chime closed your bank account or credit card without giving you advance warning, you may qualify for a potential claim.

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Many companies, like Chime, include arbitration clauses in their customer agreements where customers agree to bring their disputes to arbitration, not in court.  They also include “class action waiver” clauses that prevent customers from joining or being part of a class action.  A class action is a type of case where specific people act as representatives of the interests of unrepresented but similar people. 

Companies attempt to use arbitration along with a class waiver to deny individuals the right to bring their claims collectively, as part of a class action.  However, individuals can still bring claims on their own through arbitration.  The individual arbitration process can be faster and more effective in resolving claims than class action litigation.