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Chase bank says it will allow consumers to pay online using its credit card on a Chase credit card or with a debit card at a Chase retail store beginning April 5.
The change comes after the bank last month started accepting Chase cards to pay bills online for purchases of goods and services with an existing Chase card.
The Chase bank is offering the change to consumers who want to pay their bills online with their Chase credit or debit card or through their online payment plan.
Chase is also offering consumers a number of other perks including free delivery and a free upgrade to a Chase card to make the card more attractive to new customers.
The Chase credit cards are also being offered through Chase online banking, where a consumer can choose between a Chase Chase debit card and a Chase bank account.
Charter, which owns Chase and Chase Sapphire Preferred, announced the move in an email to consumers last month.
Chasing will now offer the Chase cards as an option for payments with Chase credit and debit cards on the Chase website.
The move to allow consumers pay online with a Chase account opens up more options for consumers and the bank said the change will give them more options to shop for products and services.
Chaser is also providing a free credit card upgrade to existing Chase customers who want a new Chase card that will be more attractive and more accessible.
Chase said in the email that the upgrade will be for the new card only.
Chad Kroeger, executive vice president of finance at Chase, said in a statement that consumers who are new to the Chase network will have access to the credit card and will be able to make payments using their existing Chase credit/debit cards.
Chase will also offer an upgrade for existing Chase consumers to the same credit card.
Chases credit card service has been widely criticized for its high fees and slow payments.
The bank said it will continue to work with other credit card companies to address these issues, including Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.
Chase is also working with the banks that operate credit card issuers to develop a new, simplified process for consumers to make online payments.
In April, Chase began allowing consumers to purchase goods and other services with a credit card with the new Chase cards.
That service will expand to consumer debit cards.
The new credit cards will offer more of a consumer choice, Kroeger said.
The service is free for current Chase customers.