Chase Lets Customers Lock, Unlock Credit Cards from Their Phone and Computer
Chase announced a new feature that provides its customers with the ability to “temporarily turn off their Chase credit cards immediately, stopping them from being used when left behind or misplaced.”
According to a company press release, “the lock/unlock feature will allow customers to quickly lock or unlock their credit card right from their phones through the Chase Mobile app or by computer via chase.com to instantly block new purchases, cash advances and balance transfers.”
The feature will be available to Chase debit cards before the end of the year.
The Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit against Tesla CEO, Elon Musk. The suit looks to bar Musk from running a public company.
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Musk has since released a statement to TechCrunch stating that the lawsuit was an “unjustified action by the SEC”.
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