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Thread: try using Chase Bank's QuickPay; it is free

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    chipe Guest

    Default try using Chase Bank's QuickPay; it is free

    I have started using Chas Bank's QuickPay, which is free. Look into it; do a Google search.

    Chase acts as a middleman. It transfers funds (from bank accounts and credit cards) between Chase accounts, AND ALSO BETWEEN CHASE ACCOUNTS AND NON-CHASE ACCOUNTS! One idea is for the seller to offer a discount as an inducement for the buyer to try it.

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    Unregistered Guest

    Exclamation Chase Quick Pay

    My chase account was just emptied via quick pay by some unknown people. BTW....I am not even signed up as a quick pay customer. If you bank and shop online be sure to look at your banking transactions daily.
    [url=http://raju595.pipsraider.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=FXSIGNAL][/url]
    Last edited by Unregistered; 11-15-2010 at 02:15 PM.

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    paypalsucksuser Guest

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    Well this still doesn't help since 99% of ebay users want to pay with paypal.

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    Unregistered Guest

    Cool Duh

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    My chase account was just emptied via quick pay by some unknown people. BTW....I am not even signed up as a quick pay customer. If you bank and shop online be sure to look at your banking transactions daily.
    Then you must be an idiot!!!

    [url=http://raju595.pipsraider.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=FXSIGNAL][/url]
    Last edited by Unregistered; 11-15-2010 at 02:15 PM.

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    MelissaH Guest

    Default QuickPay

    I just looked into Chase Banks QuickPay. 1. They are no longer participating in the FDIC program! 2. You can't recieve payments unless you are a chase bank customer with checking account! So definately not for anybody!
    Read the small print people!

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