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Chase Bank receives backlash for “Monday Motivation” Tweet

By: Paige Hubbard 

Some folks are finding a recent tweet sent out by Chase not so motivational.

America largest bank joined a trend called “Monday Motivation” on Twitter to encourage customers to have healthy saving and spending habits.

One customer tweeted, why is their balance is so low? And that’s where things went left.
The bank then responded with a tweet offering suggestions like instead of taking a cab, perhaps walking instead.

They also said drinking coffee at home or in the office can help save money instead of taking your morning ritual trip to Starbucks every morning.

Twitter then erupted in disapproval saying that the bank was “poor-shaming.” The company then quickly issued an apology saying, “Our #MondayMotivation is to get better at #MondayMotivation tweets. Thanks for the feedback Twitter world.”

However, Twitter users still decided to share their thoughts on how they felt about the situation.

 

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