Chase Bank accused of poor shaming

Chase, America's largest bank, has found itself in hot water with followers on social media

On Monday, the bank tried to offer tips to save money on Twitter. So they tweeted a hypothetical conversation between the bank and a customer.

It suggested the customer should cut unnecessary expenses, like making coffee at home or walking instead of taking a cab.

It didn't go over well. Some thought it came across as "poor shaming."

Chase deleted the "Monday Motivation" tweet and has promised to be more sensitive on social media in the future.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content