If you give out your chase.com User ID and Password, you are putting your money at risk
Some websites and software offer tools to help you with budgeting, managing accounts, investing, or even doing your taxes. But if you're giving them your chase.com User ID and Password, you could be responsible for money you might lose as a result. This could happen because of:
- Unauthorized activity or fraud in your Chase accounts, or
- Misuse of the information by the people or services that you’ve given it to.
For more detail, see the Password section of the Chase Online Service Agreement.
Have you already shared your information?
If yes, and if you want to protect yourself, change your User ID and Password:
- Go to chase.com and log in using your current User ID and Password.
- Click on “Customer Center” tab at the top.
- Under “My Information” click on each of the links:
- Change User ID
- Change Password
If you see suspicious activity in your accounts, report it immediately.