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BBRZMC to Citibank...

I cant wait until this happens. I burned Citi in 06 IIB, and I want a new Citi card... I hope they dont close my account when they take over...

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Re: BBRZMC to Citibank...


ttaurean30 wrote:

I cant wait until this happens. I burned Citi in 06 IIB, and I want a new Citi card... I hope they dont close my account when they take over...


Interesting to see if they do anybody dirty when they take over, members need to post!!




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Re: BBRZMC to Citibank...

Are the store cards still Crap1 backed?

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Re: BBRZMC to Citibank...

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sadly yes the store card is still cap 1. i always seem to get plan b on their store cards everytime i apply and end up closing it before i receive the card. one of these days i will get a plan a store card. :smileysad:

 

edit: according to some articles, all the best buy cards will be citi backed in the 3rd quarter. that's great news for me.

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Re: BBRZMC to Citibank...


stevenngu92 wrote:

sadly yes the store card is still cap 1. i always seem to get plan b on their store cards everytime i apply and end up closing it before i receive the card. one of these days i will get a plan a store card. :smileysad:

 

edit: according to some articles, all the best buy cards will be citi backed in the 3rd quarter. that's great news for me.


According to the reps, if you apply again you will be considered for the other product. So, if you have store and apply again you will get MC. Maybe it works the other way as well.

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Re: BBRZMC to Citibank...

Where can I read about this?


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Re: BBRZMC to Citibank...


meesh6036 wrote:

Where can I read about this?


http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Credit-Cards/BBRZMC-to-Citibank/td-p/1989403

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