Note: we are not affiliated or associated with Chase Bank, this blog is developed with the sole purpose of helping the users.
Chase strives to offer its products and services to meet the needs of all bank and financial service providers.
Tools and services
Chase provides a range of services at no extra cost, allowing our disabled customers to do their banking. These services include:
We offer our customers the most important advanced control instructions and emergency policies are easy to feel. Online orders are available in a portfolio or in a double format. You order them like any other check on your account.
The personal bankers help clients who want to help read and explain the material in opening services or financial deals. Stop or call your partner to plan.
We look forward to an appointment with a qualified signal interpreter in your local office.
ATMs in conversation:
All ATMs are in good condition, customers can use any headphones (half-inch cart lifters) to listen to what appears on the screen. To request a headset, call US-800-935-9935, select option 0 to talk to an expert. Use Internet services to find an ATM.
Our personal bankers can send a written notification to any customer who needs help with a spreadsheet. Internet and Mobile Accessibility
We have provided some helpful guide for using our websites and applications:
Software guides and configurations:
Try different types of browsers with support technology applications to determine the combination that suits you best.
Visit the manufacturer’s website to learn how to get it. You also have access to local and state agencies or nonprofits near you.
Applications for screen readers:
We also ask to use several screen reader applications for visually impaired customers.