“Dear Joe, This is the smoking gun. NOM has obtained new evidence that shows Chase bank not only violated its employees’ privacy with invasive and inappropriate questions on an employee survey aimed at pushing an LGBT agenda, but that the company has lied to consumers and its own employees about the now infamous questions. Today, NOM is launching an international petition and boycott at www.VoidChase.com to send the message that this kind of invasiveness and dishonesty is unacceptable and will not go unchallenged. I urge you to read on to get the facts for yourself, and then head over to www.VoidChase.com to join this important effort.
“The news about this survey has already been reported far and wide. But after NOM called on our members to contact Chase and demand answers about the invasive question to employees about whether they were ‘allies of the LGBT community’—and answers about how this information was to be used—the bank’s leadership went on defense. Several of you forwarded me responses received from Patricia A. Wexler, a Chase spokesperson, who said that, ‘The news report is not correct. These surveys are anonymous and voluntary.’ Another Chase spokesperson, Jaclyn D’Aversa, reiterated to the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal that the survey was ‘completely voluntary and anonymous.’