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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by fingrrrl, Apr 30, 2001.
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Although I am told that you can talk to people at Citibank if your application is denied, I would think that if they have a good history with their current accounts they should try to get better terms there.
If the customer service people at the number on the back of the card don't help, try to talk to the retention department. For example, last Friday I called the customer service line for Household bank and tried to negotiate terms on my account. The person I spoke to was very rude and told me that they couldn't do anything and that the terms of my account were given to me when the account was opened. If I had any questions I was to go back and read them again. Today I called the retention department at the same bank and was offered a higher credit line, a waived annual fee or lower interest rates on both my accounts.
If you'll post which bank services your friends' account I'm sure someone here will post the direct number to their retention department.