My encounter with the heartless corporate America @ChaseBank

  The questions I keep asking myself because at this point I am confused. Must corporations be heartless to make a profit? Should a bank's primary goal be just about profits? Won’t it be more profitable if banks focus on helping their clients? Why can’t we help one another in times of crisis? Why is it difficult for corporations to understand that the person you help today will stand by you tomorrow yet they spend billions seeking customer loyalty? Please read my story, your advice will be highly appreciated, as I am currently perplexed and confused. I migrated to the USA with my family 5 years ago to Texas. Getting a car in texas is a necessity and not a luxury as it was nearly impossible to get around without one. 3 years ago I was able to get my first car with the help of Chase Auto financing- a Toyota highlander 2018 model at $42,000. I made a down payment of $10,000 from my savings and chase financed the rest. I made my car payments on time without any delays until covid 19 hi

Top 10 Attractions in Charlotte, North Carolina

  Charlotte, North Carolina, is one of the fastest growing cities in America. Currently, Charlotte has an estimated population of 903,211 people, the city is thriving and continues to grow rapidly. People from all over the country are moving to Charlotte. The lifestyle change is seemingly a positive one, as most people who move to Charlotte decide to stay for the long term. Charlotte has plenty of things to do, and many attractions are within the city limits. The Queen City has a lot to offer and is one of the best cities in the nation. This is a list of attractions you should consider exploring during your time in Charlotte. The city never sleeps and there's always something to do. It has an amazing nightlife and vibrant business district. Below are just a few of the great things to do in the Charlotte metro. Carowinds Theme Park Carowinds is a 407-acre amusement park with a 27-acre water park included. The amusement park spans across North Carolina and South Carolina. Although, t