I guess she should be grateful that they didn’t shot her. /s
Hopefully there will be a big pay-out, to go with Dr. Mitchell-Stewart’s signing on bonus; and her next bank won’t be so racist.
Edit to replace “c” with “n”.
Pardon me, but your racism is showing.
This is why anti-discrimination laws exist and why they are necessary.
More than merely showing, I would say it is clearly on display.
I wonder if they tried to confiscate the check. If they thought it was fraudulent they should have, if they just didn’t like a black customer they might as well hand it back to get her to leave quickly.
Me, I’m surprised that they didn’t call out the SWAT team and have them shoot her. /s or maybe not.
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This bloody country…
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their new moto
" Chase , racisism you can bank on "
I hope she takes them for every penny she can get.
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Not funny at all.
This isn’t a joke; and cynical sarcasm, as much as I may be enamored of it myself, does nothing to solve the problem.
Chase sucks. My nine year old child and I frequently walk by the local one; and he drops a raw egg from his tactical egg carrier in front of it.
Chase sucks. EOM.
She should have gone full on Karen here. Totally justified.
I have no doubt check fraud is rampant, but it cannot possibly be that hard for a bank to call the issuer of the check and validate that it had been issued in the amount shown. I once had a similar situation where I was mid-20’s, dressed ratty, had long hair and a beard and was depositing ~$20k into my account, and the bank teller went to talk to the branch manager. Took some 10 minutes (no idea what they were doing, but they clearly were concerned it was fraud), and then came back and completed the transaction. I am of course a white dude.
It seems clear that they chose not to do any kind of validation.
Black Enterprise has removed the story from their site and replaced it with a positive Chase story: “JPMorgan Chase is Pressing its Large Business Suppliers to Spend More with Black and Hispanic Businesses or Perhaps Face Consequences.” The story is still available in bunches of other publications.