Regular Contributor
Posts: 192
Registered: ‎07-21-2010

CITI 20 days no decision

Hi everyone

I applied for a CITI card 20 days ago. called CSR twice and each time they said we are still processing we'll get back to you in 7-10 days!!!

Anyone had a similar experience with CITI?

I am sick of waiting I don't want the card anymore but I wasted the inquiry so I might as well see where this is going.

And every backdoor number I tried took me to a foreign accent CSR who kept repeating the same thing over and over. Is there a number that will get you to someone who is actually capable of doing something?



Established Member
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎07-31-2010

Re: CITI 20 days no decision

Ask for a supervisor

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