Chase Bank in Dallas Texas

by Donny on April 18, 2010

Chase Bank

I opened my first checking account in a grocery store. It wasn’t classy, but it was close. Ok so I’m lazy. But I am also smart and I enjoy convenience. I take every chance I can to kill two birds with one stone. Why not knock out the banking and the grocery shopping at the same time? So I did my banking at the Washington Mutual in the Minyard grocery store (now Whole Foods) on Abrams in old east Dallas. When my family moved, we continued to bank with Washington Mutual. But as some of you know, WAMU was taken over by Chase Bank following the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac debacle. I wasn’t sure what to expect when Chase took over.

Turns out I didn’t need to expect anything, good or bad. The transition from Washington Mutual to Chase Bank was seamless. Besides the change in names, everything remained the same regarding my checking and savings accounts.

If you’re thinking of opening an account at Chase I would highly recommend visiting their website at The website is very helpful and the information is easily accessible. There are several drop-down menus which help you quickly locate the information you are interested in. Finding what you want to know about checking and saving accounts, looking into loans (home, car, student), CDs, online banking etc. really is as easy as clicking a button.

As long as you’re here though, here are a few of the basic services which Chase offers. Chase has six kinds of checking accounts: Chase Checking, Chase Better Banking Checking, Chase Premier Checking, Chase Premier Platinum Checking, Chase College Checking (for students), and High School Checking. I have Chase Checking, which is their most basic account. I like to keep things simple.

The account is free, there is no monthly service fee, and no minimum balance requirement (if you use your debit card five or more times during each statement period -which most of us do). The website gives a description of each of the six kinds of checking and there is also a helpful chat feature which allows you to talk with a Chase representative if you have any questions about anything.

A Chase debit card comes free with your checking account. Chase also offers a number of other debit cards such as the Chase Ultimate Rewards debit card, Chase Continental Airlines debit card, United Mileage Plus Debit Card, and so on. Unlike the basic Chase debit card, I’m sure there is a fee to use these other cards. But of course, these other cards offer perks and services which the free debit card does not.

Chase also offers a variety of savings accounts depending on what your savings goals are. There are at least four different savings accounts: Chase Savings, Chase Money Market Savings, Chase Plus Savings, and Chase Retirement Money Market Account. Chase Savings is the basic account which I use. There is no monthly service fee if your balance is above $300.00. It’s super easy to transfer money online from your savings account to your checking account. The Chase Money Market Savings account requires a minimum balance of $1,500 to avoid service fees and the Chase Plus Savings account requires a minimum balance of $15,000 to waive the monthly service fee. The Savings, Money Market Savings, and Plus Savings accounts all earn interest and provide access to 15,000 Chase ATM’s in the United States, online statements, e-mail alerts, and are part of the automatic savings program.

Finally, Chase offers free online banking and bill pay, free account alerts sent by phone or e-mail so you can avoid fees, free online and telephone access to your checking account, free access to 15,000 Chase ATMs, free Chase debit card with Zero Liability protection, and free mobile banking. If you’re looking for a place to bank, I would recommend trying Chase Bank. I’ve never had a problem with them and have always been satisfied with the service they provide.

Chase has a number of branch locations around the Dallas Metroplex.

Here is a list of several locations:

-North Richardson: 780 E. Campbell Rd (972) 699-0300
-Richardson Square: 1505 E. Beltline Rd (972) 234-3301
-N Jupiter at Arapaho: 905 N Jupiter Rd. (972) 437-3503
-North Mesquite: 3235 N Mesquite Dr (972) 270 – 5481
-Town East: 1345 N Town East Blvd (972) 270-2067
-Dallas Uptown: 3610 Mckinney Ave (214) 443-1550
-Mockingbird: 2900 E Mockingbird Ln (214) 739-9800
-Stevens Park: 2530 Fort Worth Ave. (214) 331-2607
-Hillside Dallas: 6310 E Mockingbird Ln (214) 827-8611
-Martin Luther King: 2833 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (214) 426-0081
-Pleasant Grove: 1838 S Buckner Blvd (214) 398-8484
-Lemmon Avenue: 4512 Lemmon Ave (214) 443-2430
-Oaklawn & Wycliffe: 4236 Wycliffe (214) 443-0784
-Preston Center: 8111 Preston Rd (214) 360-4300
-North Preston Royal: 10803 Preston Rd (214) 369-7481
-South Preston Royal: 10729 Preston Rd (214) 363-4735
-Lake Highlands: 9634 Audelia Rd. (214) 340-1236
-LBJ: 9401 LBJ Fwy (972) 690-8600
-Coit: 14841 Coit Rd ((972) 690-8600
-Hillcrest: 6969 Arapaho Rd (972) 661-9933
-Coit & Campbell: 16831 Coid Rd (972) 407-3410
-Trinity: 1881 Sylvan Ave (214) 749-4949
-Oak Cliff: 3929 S Polk St at Hwy 67 (214) 376-7327
-Wynnewood Village: 401 Wynnewood Vlg (214) 948-3551
-Park Forest Marsh Ln: 11770 Marsh Ln (214) 358-5521.

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