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chrisw1968uk
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Dumb Question - Citi Diamond Preferred

Hi All

 

I have this card with a $6,500 limit - it has the concierge etc - it is considered a WMC - or would it say on it, if it was?

 

Thanks all - Happy Thanksgiving :smileywink:

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Re: Dumb Question - Citi Diamond Preferred


chrisw1968uk wrote:

Hi All

 

I have this card with a $6,500 limit - it has the concierge etc - it is considered a WMC - or would it say on it, if it was?

 

Thanks all - Happy Thanksgiving :smileywink:


it would say on the card.. :smileyhappy:



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Re: Dumb Question - Citi Diamond Preferred

Thanks djc - do you have a very fine point silver sharpie that I could borrow?? :smileywink:

 

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Re: Dumb Question - Citi Diamond Preferred

lol...you can ask citi (not sure how they are asking to convert your card...can't remember) to convert it to a WMC since your limit is over 5K...worth a shot :smileyhappy:



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Re: Dumb Question - Citi Diamond Preferred


chrisw1968uk wrote:

Hi All

 

I have this card with a $6,500 limit - it has the concierge etc - it is considered a WMC - or would it say on it, if it was?

 

Thanks all - Happy Thanksgiving :smileywink:


I don't know if yours is. I do know that my DP MC is. However, I didn't realize it was until sometime after I got it. I noticed something directly above the MasterCard logo. If your DP is a World, you will be able to see the word "World" right above the MasterCard logo. Very difficult to detect. Holding the card at the correct angle under a light makes it quite clear.

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Re: Dumb Question - Citi Diamond Preferred


djc1puno wrote:

lol...you can ask citi (not sure how they are asking to convert your card...can't remember) to convert it to a WMC since your limit is over 5K...worth a shot :smileyhappy:


+1

 

Not all Citi DPs come automatically as WMC and they're usually a rarity.  However, you can certainly ask Citi to PC if your account is elegible.

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Re: Dumb Question - Citi Diamond Preferred

Thanks everyone - Have a Great Thanksgiving :smileywink:

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