Chase is a multinational and universal bank that provides personal banking, credit cards, mortgages, auto financing, investment advice, small business loans, and payment processing services.
Chase also allows users to manage their accounts and transfer money by using its online banking application available for mobile, iPad, and Windows.
Chase is headquartered in New York City and has automated teller machines (ATMs) all over America.
On these ATM machines, the account holder will withdraw their money anytime by using their debit card.
Unfortunately on September 3 majority of Chase ATMs stopped working due to technical issues.
According to the Down Detector website, which gives results on the basis of reports submitted by users on the internet said that there were reports of around 900 outages at its peak at 4 p.m.
Chase recognized this problem and said, “We have resolved the issue that prevented customers from using our ATMs today. They could still use their debit cards on purchases and other bank ATMs.”
Currently, reports are coming from various regions such as Brooklyn, Detroit, Washington, Queens, New Windsor, San Francisco, Baton Rouge, Lebanon, Minato-ku, San Diego, Tacoma, Riverside, Hayward, Las Vegas, Glendale, and California.
If you are also unable to use the Chase ATM service then don’t worry Chase technical team is working on it and you will be able to use the Chase ATM service very soon.
If you have waited for so long but still facing the Chase ATM NOT Working problem then there will be an issue with your account and debit card.
In that case, you need to contact Chase Customer Support by visiting the nearest Chase Bank or by using their online portal.
The support team will look into your problem and help you fix it and you will be able to use the ATM service.