We have officially ended our banking relationship with Chase Bank. Unfortunately, we could not come to an understanding regarding the $15 a month service fee that they started charging on our business bank account. The problem was they wanted to charge the fee and we didn’t want to pay it. So, we have consolidated our accounts with Capital One. We already had a relationship with Capital One through our Corporate Business Platinum Visa and through the No Hassle Giving Site. Now we have free business banking with Capital One.
Capital One developed the No Hassle Giving Site to provide Capital One credit card holders with a convenient way to donate to their favorite charities. Capital One has partnered with Network for Good and GuideStar to create the No Hassle Giving Site. Network for Good processes donations and disburses funds to selected charities. GuideStar provides a comprehensive database of public charities in the U.S. that are registered with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Capital One and Network for Good have teamed up to ensure that 100% of your donation reaches our organization. Network for Good is a nonprofit organization that enables donations to 1.2 million charities. If you use your Capital One credit card, Capital One covers all transaction fees associated with credit card donations.