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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .


enharu wrote:

grats!

 

Citi on other hand is trolling me so hard right now -_-


Me too OMG...  too bad their efforts are wasted.


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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .

Congrats nice increase



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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .

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webhopper wrote:

enharu wrote:

grats!

 

Citi on other hand is trolling me so hard right now -_-


Me too OMG...  too bad their efforts are wasted.


They pretty much are trolling me at the worst timing.

My citi debit card, which I had for almost past 2 years, kinda broke into 2 and I asked for a replacement. I was told it was going to be the same card number, so the current card will still work, and they will expedite the new one for free. Woke up this morning, tried to use debit card at the ATM, and transaction declined. 

Called in, was told the debit card is blocked because the CSR selected "card not received" as a reason for replacement, which is obviously a mistake, but because it's already done they cannot unblock my card. And it just happens to be a long weekend so no branches are open either until Tuesday. 

I asked if there's anything I could do to withdraw cash, and the only solution is to withdraw it through my credit card, and best part of it all they could try get me a CLI so I could get more cash, but I will still get charged cash advance fees. 

 

Oh well. Had to call Chase to lift my withdrawal limits which took almost 15mins because of the dollar amount, and I'm still told I can't withdraw that much. And then had to call Wells Fargo again to lift the limits to make up for the remaining amount of cash I need.

 

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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .

Enharu, your case is one of the reasons I have 2 checking accounts and deposit my salary in both. Depending on one debit card seems dangerous in era of fee addicted banks.


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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .

What does that mean when they troll you?

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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .

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What does that mean when they troll you?


Constantly looking at your CR  through SP's 



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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .

YIKES, well.... that is an incentive to keep my report looking clean then . :smileysurprised:  

So how can I tell who is SP'ing me , or when that happens? I thought you can't see those .

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Re: WHOA!! 9,000. CLI on brand new Citi account .


carlismycat wrote:

What does that mean when they troll you?


http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=troll

 

I kinda meant it in a way that they're like intentionally making my life harder for no good reason.

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