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Other than the obvious fact that the employer likely has an established relationship with Chase and, therefore, might be able to wield more power in any dispute you may have over tranfer issues/disputes, I don't see any real issue why opening would pose a significant legal issue for you.
so it would be ok
On the other hand, it is likely that a transfer between branches of the same institution would be more efficient (and potentially less costly) than transferring funds from one institution to another.
so is it ok
I would be fine with this. In fact, I would prefer this situation because then the employer would not know the account information for my other account.
ok thank you
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