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CHASE MANHATTAN SUPPORTS SOUTH FLORIDA CUSTOMERS WITH SPECIAL SERVICES DURING HURRICANE RECOVERY; CONTRIBUTES $50,000 TO THE AMERICAN RED CROSS

CHASE MANHATTAN SUPPORTS SOUTH FLORIDA CUSTOMERS WITH SPECIAL SERVICES DURING HURRICANE RECOVERY; CONTRIBUTES $50,000 TO THE AMERICAN RED CROSS
 NEW YORK, Aug. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chase Manhattan Bank announced today it is offering special assistance to support its customers in south Florida as they recover from the effects of Hurricane Andrew. In addition, Chase is contributing $50,000 to the American Red Cross to aid in the hurricane relief effort.
 Chase Manhattan business units operating in south Florida have joined together in an effort to relieve more than 300,000 customers in the region from financial pressures to enable them to concentrate on rebuilding their homes and their lives.
 Customers may call a special toll-free number, 1-800-CHASE-58, to talk to customer service representatives about the special services available to those who have relationships with Chase. Chase representatives are available 24-hours-a-day to provide assistance. Some of the services include:
 Chase Manhattan Bank of Florida -- ATM card replacement within three business days; fee waivers for wire transfers, replacement checks; priority lost document services; and hold-statement service.
 Chase Credit Cards -- emergency credit line increases and deferral of monthly credit card payments for accounts in good standing; and 24- hour emergency card replacement.
 Robert D. Hunter, executive vice president of Consumer Financial Services for Chase Manhattan, said, "We want to help our customers in south Florida whose lives have been hit by Hurricane Andrew. We've set up extra phone lines and have people prepared to respond to our customers' special needs."
 Chase Manhattan is also providing special assistance to its customers in southern Louisiana. Similar services were provided to customers in California who were affected by the San Francisco earthquake in 1989 and brushfires in Oakland in 1991.
 Chase Manhattan business units operating in south Florida include Chase Manhattan Bank of Florida, Chase Auto Finance, Chase Manhattan Investment Services, Chase Home Mortgage Corporation, Chase Manhattan Personal Financial Services, and The Chase Manhattan Bank (USA), the second largest issuer of Visa and MasterCard(R) credit cards in the United States.
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 /CONTACT: Alison Wertheim of Hill and Knowlton, 212-697-5600, for Chase Manhattan/ CO: Chase Manhattan Bank ST: New York, Florida IN: FIN SU:


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