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I had opened up 2 credit card accounts with citi. I made attempted to make payments on both cards online using the automatic payment system through their onlnie website. Big mistake!!! My one credit card payment had gone through successfully. Unfortunately, my other didn't! The bank tried taking my money out of my savings account on one credit card and the payment was returned because the funds were in my checknig account where the other credit card payment was taken out. Well, they tried taking out the payment multiple times charging me $30 fees everytime, without notifying me by phone or email.
Keep in mind i was trying to make a payment 2 weeks in advance!! Not 1 phone call or email that it didnt go through. So i found out my credit cards wernt worknig when i tried using them at a loca lwork cafeteria and they denied both. I called citi they closed both accounts permanently! On a bank error not a customer error. Now all 3 credit reports show these accounts clsoed. And i can't open any other credit cards because of the inquires! I have to wait another year or so!! I even had my bank fax a letter to citi telling citi is what the bank error, citi still wouldnt do anything for the customer!! I hate citi bank i have spent multiple hours with phone calls letters and research trying to resolve issue and still no resolution! All because the online payment system messed up.
I have been your customer for over 25 years. On last Saturday 4/11/2015, I was at your branch at 1:45 pm and I was helped by a teller Mr. Adam Rastegar, he went out of his way to help me and guide me with different banking needs I had, he went above and beyond his call of duty to provide me with excellent banking experience. I was extremely satisfied with his service.
Thank you Adam.
Jan 2015 Citibank charged over $5000 to a local merchant. The merchant didn't use my name, number, security code or zip code. I called Citibank as soon as I saw the statement and was told they were closing my card, filing a fraud investigation and issuing a new card. I contacted the merchant, who was extremely confused, for the reasons stated above. Fast forward to April 2015 when Citibank STILL won't remove the charges, and won't tell me why. Every time I talk to them, it's "2 to 3 business days"... the merchant has attempted several times to run it thru as a credit to be posted, but Citibank doesn't accept it. I am at my wits' end.