When it comes to opacity and obfuscation, JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s credit card notices can no longer compete with New Jersey election ballots and car seat installation instructions.

JPMorgan Chase, which last year was named and shamed by the Center for Plain Language for completely unparseable communications with its customers, apparently took the matter to heart. The bank brought in outside consultants to revise the notices and test the result.

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