My company use Citi bank for all out employee commerical cards. Whenever there has been issues with our cards for example fraudulent transactions. The phone customer service representatives have been entirely unhelpful and have been so hard to understand that some of our employees have not even been able to access there own accounts, due to the representative not reading the challenge questions correctly. Even when access is granted to the account they are very vague and don't have answers for any non standard question. The company have a very low care factor a confusing online card manger and I'm just glad they are managing the companies money and not my own.
customer service is horrible, I had a 1,100 fraud charge and they promised to reverse it and send back my money and give me new cards. i got new cards but did not get my money back.It has been 5 months and 6 or 8 phone calls that take 45 min going in a big loop only to have them lie and claim I'll have my money back in 10 days.
CRAP! 22nd October I put in a application, its now 15th November and nothing....apparently my application was held up in a processing error, just not good enough the market is too competitive to accept this low level of customer service.
I have started using CITI cash back credit card since 2017. They have told me that the card is absolutely free and no charges at all. Today they have charged AED 315 as membership fee. I was trying to call customer are to ask the explanation on this but more than 30 minutes I was listening their advertisement without answering anyone. Very poor customer care really. I'm going to cancel this card at very earliest.
Any problems are dealt with quickly and efficiently. Although the operators are overseas I am happy with their service. This also gives the OS operators an income which helps them in these difficult times.
CitiBank helped me a lot during Covid, they even waivered the interest rate for two statement. I am pleased with Citi Bank. The annual fees is too expensive and points earned per dollar is not attractive.
There were times I forgot to pay my cc dues on the day itself and I pay the next day. I ask their customer service if they could waive it but they don't want to adjust. It's only a day late. It's fine with me by then. Now, because I wont be able to pay dues on the due date at July 2. I am just asking for July 3 but they won't allow. How are they very strict! They are very strict and does not also allow waving of fees, any fees at all even though you don't default and is a good payer. I may have been late about 3 times only for the past 4 years and its one day late every time but they charge me for all of that. They are very strict, no leniency and charge very high fees! That is why even they always call me to avail their financial services I decline as their fees are to the extreme! I am cancelling my card for good. It only cost me so much having this card, even their annual fees so expensive. They are not pro-consumer but pro-self. Anyways its a bank, it will get your money as they can, its not a service to the customer but to their self. A selfish institution.
I hate to give bad reviews but this is necessary. 6 mos ago I was a victim of identity theft. Issue is resolved and my credit report updated, including adding documents to prove this was not my doing. A month after its all resolved, also during a pandemic, Citibank contacts me to say my credit score decreased so they're lowering my limit to what I owed at the time. I was upset but I figured it was probably a timing thing so I didn't complain. Since then my score increased higher than it was before the identity theft and today I get an email saying they again lowered my credit limit to what my current balance is. I honestly don't have any bad marks on my credit to cause them to do this and after being with them for 10 years I expected different. The idea is to pay off the card but leave it open so your debt ratio remains good but they keep decreasing my limit so I'm getting "socked" twice on my score, once for the lower debt ratio and again for the fact that the company lowered my limit. I've had a chase card for less time and this never happened so I recommend checking out Chase before Citibank.
It is one of the best ever banks with properly streamlined processes for customers. I have used its credit card for nearly 3 years now. Collection and recovery is very smooth and regulated. Entire staff of every department with whom I speak are very polite and emphatic. Superlative service and remarkable experience overall.
I have used Citibank credit card for 10 years. They have offers from time to time, which often look interesting. But beware, Citi is always very devious and cunning. On the last offer I wanted to make sure not to get any more hidden fees. I spoke to 2 customer service officers who both assured me of all the fees I would pay, and no more than that. Still, I got charged unexpected fees, again. Their customer service? Non existent. Multiple phone calls never got through. Online enquiries never replied. A word of advice: AVOID.
I've recently applied for a balance transfer onto a new credit card to quickly get rid of some debt. After a few false starts- with my address, I found out ages later that they had access my credit file 3x just for one credit check because my name was incorrectly searched and now it's written incorrectly on my file which I need to fix. After paying the whole amount of debt off, I closed my card and was told to pay the outstanding balance which was the annual fee for the following year. I was told that the amount would automatically be refunded once the account was closed. Not only has this not been refunded, I have had to follow up 3 times to check where this is at and it's been 4 months since my account was closed! This is terrible customer service, I've done this many times with other credit providers over the years and this has never been an issue. It should be the easiest process to undertake. I wouldn't even bother getting another product from this company or recommend to others. Look elsewhere for banks who can actually behave like a proper bank and capable of business as usual activities.
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