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    Rpoints Elite SameOldStory
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    Click here to visit Citibank



    Citibank UK is part of Citigroup - providing financial services in more than 100 countries.

    The Citibank Direct Current Account is being offered to specifically appeal to the online consumer.

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    Rpoints Elite LinBaden
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    Just clicked this link to take a look at Citibank for a savings account.

    The pdf application form has to be posted back, so how to claim Rpoints, or would they be tracked? (No mention of having to complete wholly online to qualify for Rpoints on the transfer page).

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    A current account that pays 0.10% interest per annum is ridiculous, when you consider the high rates offered by Alliance & Leicester. As they say on Extras "They're Havin' A Laugh!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinBaden
    Just clicked this link to take a look at Citibank for a savings account.

    The pdf application form has to be posted back, so how to claim Rpoints, or would they be tracked? (No mention of having to complete wholly online to qualify for Rpoints on the transfer page).
    Instead of clicking on the PDF, click the "Proceed" button - that allows you to apply online.

    The only info I can see, on the PDF form is:
    REFERENCE NUMBER
    SOURCE CODE: 3465
    OFFER CODE:
    That may be enough info to track back to Rpoints (or it might not) but definately won't track to a particular member!

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    Junior Member micknelson
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    I've opened a savings account with £1. The 50 points are showing as tracked already hopefully with another 1500 to follow. Not bad for a pound outlay.

    The interest rates on the savings account are 5.20% gross which seem pretty good to me.

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    Anyone had their points through for this yet? Got the 50 points for applying, but had the account open about 4-5 weeks now and not had the 2500.

    Should I put in a manual claim?

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    yes

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    Apart from a phone call to confirm my existence, I have had no information from this lot at all. They still have not opened my account. They have now had my initial deposit cheque for three months, uncashed.

    Thoroughly apalling.

    How long are cheques valid for? is it 6 months?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HB
    Apart from a phone call to confirm my existence, I have had no information from this lot at all. They still have not opened my account. They have now had my initial deposit cheque for three months, uncashed.

    Thoroughly apalling.

    How long are cheques valid for? is it 6 months?
    Yep 6 months, but the 'debt' is valid for 6 years
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