Update 4/28: Unfortunately this issue is more complex than we expected and it is taking our engineers more time to unravel the issue to find an acceptable solution. While we do not currently have an ETA on when this will be resolved, we do hope to have an update soon.
Update 3/7: Our aggregation team is looking into this issue, however before contacting support please make sure that you have selected these accounts in the consent step of the linking process. You can verify this by clicking on your Chase account in your Personal Capital Dashboard, then click Update Connection. Follow the prompts in the window that appears and make sure there is a checkmark next to the accounts that are affected. If the accounts still do not appear despite having the required consent step complete, please let us know. We are working with our team and this information will be greatly appreciated!
After migrating to the new linking process, some users with Chase Business accounts have reported that the accounts have been marked as possibly Closed. Our aggregation team is looking in to this issue, but in the mean time please do not delete these accounts. Once we have a resolution these accounts should update normally and fetch any missing transaction data, so leave the accounts linked and in their current state.
We sincerely appreciate your patience and understanding while we investigate this issue. As soon as we have additional information we will update this space.