|1224 E Gibson Rd.|
|367 W Main St. Inside of Raley's|
Chase bank is the second largest bank in the U.S. by assets. There are two branches in Woodland. The branch inside of Raley's is a newly opened branch that was opened up around the end of 2010. The County Fair Mall branch was formerly a Washington Mutual. JPMorgan Chase bought WaMu in late 2008 and rebranded all California branches to Chase in March of 2009.
On October 25 2009, all WaMu accounts finally switched over to Chase. WaMu Free Checking converted to Chase Free Extra Checking and was eventually eliminated. WaMu Online Savings accounts have been converted to Chase Plus Savings accounts with the monthly fee waived for now.
The End of Free Checking for Former WaMu Customers
Chase has eliminated their free checking accounts. Chase Free Extra Checking, Free Classic Checking, and Basic Checking Accounts have been converted to Chase Total Checking accounts.
As of February 8, 2011, there is now a $10 monthly fee for this account. Additional account fees have also been added to these accounts starting February 5, 2011.
In order to avoid the monthly fee a customer must keep a minimum balance of $1,500 or have at least one direct deposit of $500 or more each month (payroll, pension, or government benefit). Smaller deposits do not count even if they add up to more than $500. The fee can also be waived if a customer has a balance of $5,000 or more in qualifying deposit or investment accounts linked to the checking account or if the customer has paid other Chase checking related fees of at least $25 per month.
Fees are now charged for money orders, cashier's checks(counter checks), and traveler's checks.
Chase offers a Free Chase College Checking account for new customers who are students. However, this account is only good for 5 years or as long as the student is currently enrolled.
The County Fair Mall branch features an ATM that is both drive up and walk up accessible.