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Citi mtvu product change?

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My sister a student needs to get her first card the citi student cards seem to have the lowest apr's 12.99+Prime with rewards program.

I called citi and the CSR's bumped me around and seemingly were just winging it and telling me their opinion instead of fact.

What I want to know is can the mtvu card be changed later down the line to another student card or upon graduation to a non-student regular card?

The CSR's said not possible need to apply for different product then cancel old. Didnt make sense to me for a lateral change same apr rewards cards.

Message Edited by shreco on 05-10-2008 02:47 PM
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Re: Citi mtvu product change?

They can convert student cards into "regular" cards....
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Re: Citi mtvu product change?

no lateral student card changes gotcha and thanks
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