Remember, you have to act fast (by early August) and send Chase a regular, signed, snail-mail letter to keep them from forcing you out of court and into forced arbitration on many of their credit cards:
From the Kiplinger story:
Write a clear statement rejecting the arbitration agreement, and request a letter of acknowledgment from Chase. Include your name, account number, address and signature, too.
Send the letter by certified mail (so that you can prove Chase received it) to P.O. Box 15298, Wilmington, DE 19850-5298.
Customers who open a Chase card after the deadline can decline the arbitration clause, too.