A bar in Seattle will buy you dinner for quitting Chase bank


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By Consumers Union on Thursday, July 15th, 2010

Since it is illegal to offer free booze the owner of Twilight Exit announced on Facebook that it will buy you dinner if you prove you have dropped Chase.
From Seattle Weekly:

Do you have an account with Chase? Do you want a free meal? Well if you get rid of the former, Stefan Mollman will give you the latter. Mollman, the owner of Central District bar the Twilight Exit, is trying to kill two birds with one stone: drum up some publicity for his business and stick it to the lender that he says has him “by the short hairs.” “I want to hurt them,” he says of the bank.

Consumers have certainly complained to us about Chase and their practices but this may be the most unique way to stick it to the Big Banks we have seen. Do you have a story about Chase? Share it with us in the comments or here.

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