[Updated] JP Morgan Chase Bank app & website down or not working? You're not alone
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on February 16, 2019) follows:
We can at least access the bank’s website, so it’s possible only a set of users are facing this problem.
For its part, Chase hasn’t said anything on this reported outage – not at least through its official social media channels.
Ironically, this outage comes on the day when it came to light that JP Morgan, which owns Chase Bank, has started rolling out JPM Coin, which the first US bank-backed cryptocurrency.
Coming back to the outage, we are keeping a close watch, and will update the story as and when we have more newsworthy stuff on the matter. Until then, use the comments section below to let us know your current experience with Chase Bank.
Update 1 (February 16, 2019)
Chase customer care is telling some customers it’s scheduled maintenance, but no ETA for when the system will be up.
Update 2 (February 16, 2019)
Chase has acknowledged the issue:
We know some customers are having trouble accessing the mobile app and our website. We want to let you know that we are working on it. Thank you for your patience
Update 3 (February 16, 2019)
Update 4 (February 16, 2019)
Here’s a user-shared workaround to see account details and transactions:
If you have the Chase pay app set up, you can see your accounts and transactions.
Try it out and let us know if it works for you.
Update 5 (February 16, 2019)
Update 6 (February 16, 2019)
If you go by what Chase customer care support told a customer (report below), things seem to be quite messed up at the bank’s IT division at the moment.
I just got on the phone with them after legit 30 mins and they were just like “sorry… the whole online system is down… we don’t have a specific timeframe for when it will be fixed” bruh they messed up baddddd
— spooky geometry (@sphgrmth) February 16, 2019
Update 7 (February 19, 2019)
Update 8 (September 02, 2022)
Update 9 (September 05, 2022)
06:46 pm (IST): According to reports on Downdetector, the recent outage with JP Morgan Chase app has now been resolved.
Update 10 (October 21, 2022)
2:45 pm (IST): Fresh reports on Downdetector and Twitter suggest that Chase bank’s services are currently experiencing an outage. Some users are also facing issues while receiving direct deposits in their accounts.
Anyone else not receive their direct deposit in their @Chase @ChaseSupport bank accounts this morning?
Update 11 (November 17, 2022)
Update 12 (November 18, 2022)
07:00 pm (IST): The recent outage with Chase app has now been resolved as we haven’t come across any fresh reports.
Update 13 (May 26, 2023)
11:17 am (IST): ChaseBank users are currently unable to access their account information due to an outage.
03:00 pm (IST): Fortunately for affected users, all ChaseBank banking services are now available again.
Update 14 (July 26, 2023)
05:23 pm (IST): The recent issue with Chase bank appears to have been resolved as we haven’t come across any fresh reports concerning the same.
Update 15 (August 24, 2023)
04:45 pm (IST): Chase Support team has acknowledged the recent issues related to transfer of funds. They are currently working on it and will hopefully come up with a resolution at the earliest.
Hi @BlueMerleBill! We’re aware of an ongoing issue with our system; the relevant team is currently working on this and will resolve the issue as soon as possible. You should still be able to pay with your card in the meantime. Thank you for your patience. – Ines
Update 16 (September 4, 2023)
Update 17 (September 5, 2023)
05:48 pm (IST): Reports related to ATMs system outage stopped hours ago indicating that the issue has finally been resolved.
Update 18 (October 3, 2023)
12:11 pm (IST): Chase bank affected users can now access their accounts on the banking platform again.
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