JP Morgan Chase offers Unemployment debit cards for several States unemployed to automatically access unemployment insurance benefits via direct deposit in their debit card account. As a result, unemployed persons are looking at what the charge will be paying for the debit card. Chase provides VISA, or Master Unemployment Debit card used in any VISA and Master card supported ATM and online (if you have your account internet access). It’s also dependable in your states. For example, Chase provides a VISA debit card for Tennessee (TAP Debit Card). On the other hand, it gives a Master debit card for Illinois.
We found that the following charges are applicable for Chase VISA or Master Debit cards.
You will free to use your debit card in a month (2 times at Chase ATM and two times at any master or visa-supported ATMs). It’s an online application to the US. If you use your card outside of the USA, you must pay $2.75 for each ATM transaction.
You may free balance check up to two times at chase ATM and one time at other US ATM. If you check your balances over two times, you must pay $1 for each inquiry.
You will use your card to pay bills online. The online billing fee $0.5 for each payment. But there are no funds transfer fees.
You can use your debit card in any retail store for free, with access to VISA and Master Debit cards.
You will sign up to online access your account for free. To access online, visit myaccount.chase.com, and sign up with your card. Once you have sing up, you may log in to your account to view card balance, statement, fund transfer, etc., for free.
If your card has been lost, broken, or stolen, then you will replace it up to 1 time to free your card. If you need more one time, the card replacement frees are $7.00 each time.
You may call your card back side number for need more information, don’t call over six times in a month, if over $0.35 fees for each call.