Is Chase harassing you about signing up for Overdraft Protection?

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Ever since the new law appeared, Chase has been asking me at every opportunity if I want Overdraft Protection. Each time I have gone to a branch for two months the banker asked if I wanted it. I declined each time. The last time I was there I was setting someone as a beneficiary to get the $20 I have in my account, and I had to sign! something declining coverage.  Isn’t a “no” acceptable anymore? So I thought that was the end of it.

Today I got a letter from Chase asking me to reconsider and sign up for the great ability to be charged $34 instead of having a transaction declined. I don’t know about you, but my pride isn’t worth $34 a pop. At what point do banks get the message that we don’t want a service?This is not consumer friendly, it is consumer hostile.

If they ask me again I am changing banks. Who is with me?