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All In One Place: Citibank Coverage

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Given how much Citibank coverage there is at CreditMattersBlog.com, it’s become a necessity to put all of it in one place. During the past four weeks, I’d guess that half of my search traffic has been related to Citibank and the recent interest-rate increase that it smacked millions of customers with. I can only imagine how difficult it must be for a new reader — looking for specific information — to find what he or she is looking for. Let this blog entry, then, serve as an attempt to make life easier for those looking for information on Citibank.If you suffered a Citibank rate hike you might be able to get your APR reduced. A few of us have converted our cards, which resulted in lower APRs. Did You Suffer A Citibank Rate Jack? You May Be Able To Do Something About It—Maybe Citibank went too far with the rate jacks. Maybe too many people opted out. Citibank is sending letters to customers who opted out of a proposed rate jack — in an attempt to win them back. Unfortunately, Citibank doesn’t seem to be offering any incentives to come back.Citibank To Customer Who Opted Out Of Proposed Rate Jack: Let Us Win You Back—Citibank’s interest-rate hikes are not set in stone. Before opting out, you should give Citibank a call and make your pitch. This story tells you how to do it.Don’t Accept Your Citi Hike Laying Down—Has Citibank recently increased your interest rate? Looking for an opt-out letter to send to Citibank? This story is for you.Opt-Out Letter For Citibank Credit Card Customers—What happens if you opt out of Citibank’s interest-rate increase? How will your FICO score be impacted? What if this is your oldest account? This story looks at some of the issues that Citibank card customers will face.The Citibank Opt-Out Decision — Everything You Need To Know—CNN’s Drew Griffin took Citibank to task for its rate-jack strategy. The timing of the hike, meanwhile, came right on the heels of a government bailout. Anderson Cooper 360 video on Citibank rate jack—Citibank’s interest-rate increase impacts a wide range of customers. Some will opt out; some won’t. What I want to know, and what I aim to figure out, is what Citibank will look like down the road — after the dust settles. Citibank’s Rate-Hike Strategy — Where To From Here?—Michelle Malkin, blogger extraordinaire and Fox News contributor, highlighted one of her readers, who was miffed about an interest-rate increase she received from Citibank. In the process, Michelle used one of my stories to illustrate that her reader wasn’t alone.Citibank Tells Cardholders To Take A Hike—If Citibank is raising interest rates on 20% — or fewer — of its cardholders, why is my interest rate being doubled?Citibank To Raise Interest Rates On CreditMattersBlog.com—Before Citigroup received a government bailout, the company — and its stock price — was on the ropes. In the meantime, Citibank card customers were feeling the pain. I highlighted a number of reader comments from my site, showing the breadth and impact of Citibank’s interest-rate hike. Citigroup On The Ropes — Credit Card Customers Feeling The Pain—Citibank isn’t the only card company sending change-of-terms letters to credit-card customers. If you receive a change in terms, and don’t like the new ones, how do you reject them? That’s what this story is about.Change of Terms in Your Credit Card Agreement — How Do You Reject The New Terms?—This is the story that kicked everything off. The Wall Street Journal was the first news publication to mention Citibank’s interest-rate increase. Citibank customers, meanwhile, flocked to my site in droves. Indeed, this blog entry alone has received more than 230 comments.Citibank To Raise Interest Rates On Its Plastic—Other Citigroup/Citibank Odds and EndsA Conversation With Vikram Pandit, CEO of CitigroupShould Citi Field Be Renamed Taxpayer Bailout Field?Citibank Pulling A Large Number Of Its Credit Cards Out Of The Affiliate Marketing ChannelCartoon Of The Day: No. The Fed Will Not Give You $20 BillionU.S. Agrees to Rescue Struggling CitigroupCitigroup Plans To Cut An Additional 53,000 Jobs

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All In One Place: Citibank Coverage

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Given how much Citibank coverage there is at CreditMattersBlog.com, it’s become a necessity to put all of it in one place. During the past four weeks, I’d guess that half of my search traffic has been related to Citibank and the recent interest-rate increase that it smacked millions of customers with. I can only imagine how difficult it must be for a new reader — looking for specific information — to find what he or she is looking for. Let this blog entry, then, serve as an attempt to make life easier for those looking for information on Citibank.If you suffered a Citibank rate hike you might be able to get your APR reduced. A few of us have converted our cards, which resulted in lower APRs. Did You Suffer A Citibank Rate Jack? You May Be Able To Do Something About It—Maybe Citibank went too far with the rate jacks. Maybe too many people opted out. Citibank is sending letters to customers who opted out of a proposed rate jack — in an attempt to win them back. Unfortunately, Citibank doesn’t seem to be offering any incentives to come back.Citibank To Customer Who Opted Out Of Proposed Rate Jack: Let Us Win You Back—Citibank’s interest-rate hikes are not set in stone. Before opting out, you should give Citibank a call and make your pitch. This story tells you how to do it.Don’t Accept Your Citi Hike Laying Down—Has Citibank recently increased your interest rate? Looking for an opt-out letter to send to Citibank? This story is for you.Opt-Out Letter For Citibank Credit Card Customers—What happens if you opt out of Citibank’s interest-rate increase? How will your FICO score be impacted? What if this is your oldest account? This story looks at some of the issues that Citibank card customers will face.The Citibank Opt-Out Decision — Everything You Need To Know—CNN’s Drew Griffin took Citibank to task for its rate-jack strategy. The timing of the hike, meanwhile, came right on the heels of a government bailout. Anderson Cooper 360 video on Citibank rate jack—Citibank’s interest-rate increase impacts a wide range of customers. Some will opt out; some won’t. What I want to know, and what I aim to figure out, is what Citibank will look like down the road — after the dust settles. Citibank’s Rate-Hike Strategy — Where To From Here?—Michelle Malkin, blogger extraordinaire and Fox News contributor, highlighted one of her readers, who was miffed about an interest-rate increase she received from Citibank. In the process, Michelle used one of my stories to illustrate that her reader wasn’t alone.Citibank Tells Cardholders To Take A Hike—If Citibank is raising interest rates on 20% — or fewer — of its cardholders, why is my interest rate being doubled?Citibank To Raise Interest Rates On CreditMattersBlog.com—Before Citigroup received a government bailout, the company — and its stock price — was on the ropes. In the meantime, Citibank card customers were feeling the pain. I highlighted a number of reader comments from my site, showing the breadth and impact of Citibank’s interest-rate hike. Citigroup On The Ropes — Credit Card Customers Feeling The Pain—Citibank isn’t the only card company sending change-of-terms letters to credit-card customers. If you receive a change in terms, and don’t like the new ones, how do you reject them? That’s what this story is about.Change of Terms in Your Credit Card Agreement — How Do You Reject The New Terms?—This is the story that kicked everything off. The Wall Street Journal was the first news publication to mention Citibank’s interest-rate increase. Citibank customers, meanwhile, flocked to my site in droves. Indeed, this blog entry alone has received more than 230 comments.Citibank To Raise Interest Rates On Its Plastic—Other Citigroup/Citibank Odds and EndsA Conversation With Vikram Pandit, CEO of CitigroupShould Citi Field Be Renamed Taxpayer Bailout Field?Citibank Pulling A Large Number Of Its Credit Cards Out Of The Affiliate Marketing ChannelCartoon Of The Day: No. The Fed Will Not Give You $20 BillionU.S. Agrees to Rescue Struggling CitigroupCitigroup Plans To Cut An Additional 53,000 Jobs

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