Before proceeding to examine login procedures at length, it would be important for us to first of all point out that is doorway to the Chase Bank online card access portal. This is to say that it is doorway to the portal where Chase Bank card holders can, among other things, activate their accounts, view transaction histories, request for new cards… and so on. The actual operations aren’t performed at, but rather, at, which is linked to

On the need for login

The operations carried out at or turn out to be the sorts of operations that one has to be logged in, to perform. That is because these are operations that involve accessing private information and they are, by definition, sensitive operations. Just as a reminder, we may mention that we are looking at things like checking card transaction histories, activating cards, making card applications and so on. Those are obviously, not the sort of things that can be done on a public platform, hence the need for login.

Login procedure

We have already mentioned that you won’t be able to login at, because the things that used to be done there have been transferred to So if you want to login to the platform where you can access information and perform operations pertaining to your Chase Bank card, you need to go to Actually, a link is provided, right at to take you to, where you can proceed to login. You just click on the prominent link that is labeled ‘continue to Ucard Center’ and you will be taken to the login page, where you can proceed to login.

Login requirements

To login to the Chase Bank Ucard center, you need to have your user ID and your password. You can first visit, and from there click on the ‘continue to the Ucard Center’ link, so as to end up at

You will notice that there are two textboxes, where you are supposed to enter your username and your password respectively. So you enter the respective details, and then click on the ‘logon’ button, in order to enter the site.

Language preferences

The login page you access upon clicking on the ‘proceed to the Ucard Center’ link at is served either in English or Spanish. By default, it comes in English, but if you are more comfortable with Spanish, you need to click on the ‘language’ drop down, and then select ‘Spanish.’


One financial challenge that many people all over the world are grappling with at the moment is that of repaying student loans. The problem has many dimensions. There is the basic dimension, where people struggle to raise even the minimum loan repayment installments they are required to make. There is the other dimension where people struggle to hasten their loan repayment: in order to be debt-free faster. Then there is the other dimension where people simply are unable to keep up with student loan repayment. To help people cope with all these and other dimensions of the student loan problem, a number of books are available. The two specific books designed to help people cope with student loan repayment issues that we are about to look at are rather affordable books. They are brief books, designed to give advice in the form of easy to implement tips without getting too deep into the theories governing student lending. The books in question are:

Nancy Mitchell’s “Surviving Student Loans”

This book deals with the subject of student loan repayment from the perspective of the many people who are in real financial distress due to such loans, and who are just looking for ways to ‘survive’. As such, it is essentially a debt management book: which is remarkable because there are hardly any books in the market dealing with the issue of debt management specifically with respect to student loans. As we all know, the principles of debt management applicable to other types of loans are not always applicable to student loans, as student loans are mostly non-dischargeable (via bankruptcy). Even the people who find themselves in predicaments where they absolutely can’t keep up with the student loan repayment will still find this book useful. For such people, there are in-depth discussions on how they can get forbearances and loan repayment deferments, without incurring penalties.

Nancy Mitchell’s “Surviving Your Student Loans” can be found in the Amazon Books category.

Steve Johnson’s “Easy Steps to Getting a Student Loan Deferment”

The full name of this book is actually a mouthful: “Easy Steps to Getting a Student Loan Deferment: How to Legally Stop Paying Your College Loans Using Forbearance Programs to Defer Student Loan Repayment and Avoid Student Loan Default”. Many of us are aware of the fact that although getting a student loan deferment is easy in theory, in practice, it tends to be a rather intricate affair. Under those circumstances, many people whose financial situations are such that they can’t keep up with student loan repayments opt to simply stop repaying – and automatically fall into default. Steve Johnson shows us in this book why such a course of action is totally unadvisable. He demonstrates that it is better to make the harder but wiser choice of legally seeking a student loan deferment. Then he provides easy to follow tips on how to successfully seek such a deferment. He goes a step further, to give tips on how you can work towards being able to start repaying your student loan again, once you get the deferment.

Steve Johnson’s “Easy Steps to Getting a Student Loan Deferment is available from the Amazon.


What happens at serves as a gateway to, which is Chase Bank’s new online card management portal. In order to understand what happens at, you need to have an appreciation of the common reasons as to why people visit That is where you will learn that people visit in order to, among other things, check their Chase Bank card transactional histories, apply for replacement Chase Bank Cards (debit or credit), activate Chase Bank cards and so on. Of course, none of these things is actually done at, because in the new scheme of things, is supposed to serve as a gateway to, where the actual activities are carried out.

Who can benefit from the services offered at Myaccount?

Pretty much anybody who happens to be a Chase Bank customer, and who has taken up any one of the debit or credit cards linked to Chase Bank accounts, can benefit from the services offered at Those, as we have noted, are things like card activations, card transaction history viewings, card applications… and soon on.

How can the services offered at be accessed?

We have to reiterate that, nowadays, no services are actually offered at Rather, is just a doorway to, where actual services are offered. That said, upon accessing, one needs to click on the link whose label is text ‘continue to Ucard center’ in order to get to a page where he or she can logon and then get to enjoy the actual services.

What do the services offered at cost?

Some of the services offered at, whose doorway is, are offered free of charge (those being things like the registration for online card access). Others, depending on account variety, may be available at a fee, those being things like card replacements.

What inspired the change from to

It is hard to tell. Only the folks at Chase Bank know for sure. But one would hazard a guess that they wanted an unambiguously named portal, hence the shift from (which as a connotation on accounts) to, which is clearly about cards. But as mentioned, only the folks at Chase Bank really know what inspired the transition from to What is clear for sure is the fact that the transition seems to have worked well, with quite a substantial number of people in need of Chase Bank’s online card management services simply entering (into their address bars) the address whenever they need to make use of the same.

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