yankeefan

AOL

#179 Nov 3, 2009
Insurance, autopay, email, none are optional products for customers. Employees are told you must get them, that includes the Bm's. Upper Management makes it a requirement, not an option, you must get ins. on loan, you must get autopay and that is relayed to the customers.
CitiSpouse

Warrenton, VA

#180 Nov 3, 2009
I guess you have to get it any way you can. With your personality I suppose that's your only option
CitiSpouse

Jersey City, NJ

#181 Nov 3, 2009
yankeefan wrote:
Insurance, autopay, email, none are optional products for customers. Employees are told you must get them, that includes the Bm's. Upper Management makes it a requirement, not an option, you must get ins. on loan, you must get autopay and that is relayed to the customers.
You suck in every way possible
good luck citi financial

New York, NY

#182 Nov 12, 2009
Well you guys at citi financial should be doing back flips you are getting out of holdings and willstarting a new journey as a new company who's destiny is in your hands.
Devoted

New York, NY

#183 Nov 12, 2009
good luck citi financial wrote:
Well you guys at citi financial should be doing back flips you are getting out of holdings and willstarting a new journey as a new company who's destiny is in your hands.
If this is fact... will this include Citi Auto and when is this suppose to take place?
good luck citi financial

Jersey City, NJ

#184 Nov 12, 2009
Citi Auto is a 31 billion dollar company it's not going any where unless sold. The future is bright for all. Watch Prime america it will be the first spin off but not the last....
haning in there

New York, NY

#185 Nov 12, 2009
good luck citi financial wrote:
Well you guys at citi financial should be doing back flips you are getting out of holdings and willstarting a new journey as a new company who's destiny is in your hands.
What do you mean????
ANOTHER ONE GONE

New York, NY

#188 Nov 17, 2009
New York– Citi (NYSE:C) today announced that it has reached an agreement to tender all of its shares of BELLSYSTEM24, Inc., owned through Citigroup Capital Partners Japan Ltd., in a tender offer to be launched in Japan by an acquisition corporation owned by investment funds advised by Bain Capital Partners LLC. In accordance with the terms of the tender offer, Citi will receive cash consideration of ¥93.5 billion for its 93.5% stake in BELLSYSTEM24 (US$1.0 billion at an exchange rate of ¥89.81 to US$1.00 as of November 13, 2009). The tender offer is subject to regulatory review and customary conditions, and is anticipated to launch on or before November 20, 2009 and be settled on December 30, 2009.

After completion of this transaction, assets will have been reduced by $1.2 billion, in line with Citi’s goal to reduce the assets in Citi Holdings while optimizing their value. It is not expected to have a material impact on Citi’s net income or its capital ratios.



voe

Carrollton, TX

#189 Nov 26, 2009
rolltide17

Warren, NJ

#190 Dec 3, 2009
Just informed......no new computers for my office!! still have 1980's computers!!!
right on the numbers

Paris, TN

#191 Dec 9, 2009
yankeefan wrote:
Insurance, autopay, email, none are optional products for customers. Employees are told you must get them, that includes the Bm's. Upper Management makes it a requirement, not an option, you must get ins. on loan, you must get autopay and that is relayed to the customers.
don't forget "auto secured"
The Fixer

New York, NY

#192 Dec 10, 2009
right on the numbers wrote:
<quoted text>don't forget "auto secured"
Way illegal in the US to make those "required".

Can't wait until Citi gets sued, and loses, and has to pay a big ass fine, AGAIN...
me too

Kissimmee, FL

#194 Dec 28, 2009
can't wait either. Justice!
bob

Ogden, UT

#195 Feb 4, 2010
How long till they unload Sears RPL and Home Depot cards?
The Fixer

Jersey City, NJ

#196 Feb 5, 2010
I "HAD" a Sears card and I can't imagine that they're NOT profitable with the interest they wanted to charge me.

I called up (wearing my "I'm a customer hat") and told them to stick the card up their ass I wasn't paying 29.9% interest and fees on a card I have >>NEVER<< used. Eat shit, die.

I do use my Home Depot, and fortunately it must be a different group with different rules as the interest rate is still "somewhat" reasonable. Though the new change that requires all promotional balances to have a minimum payment about tripled my minimum monthly payment.

I used it a lot last year doing some remodeling, fortunately I'm no where near maxing that card, but I took advantage of a lot of the "Spend 300 dollars or more, receive an additional 10% off and pay no interest for 6 months" inserts they were sending in my statements while I remodeled.

It was a suprise, but thinking it over I'd prefer to have some of my payment go to these balances as I'm not always able to pay them down before the interest kicks in.

I would imagine the the Homoe Depot cards are still very profitable, especially now that EVERYONE who used their card like mine will have their minimum payment going up so much.
CitiSpouse

Warrenton, VA

#197 Feb 5, 2010
If you've >>NEVER<< used the card then you've never paid any interest, correct?
The Fixer

Warren, NJ

#198 Feb 5, 2010
Correct.

And I wasn't about to pay that kind of interest. So again, I called them up and said I was not going to agree with the interest rate change, and they could shove up their wazoo's.

That group had no cause to raise my interest rate. LIBOR and PRIME were lower than when I originally opened the account, since I'd never had a payment on it, I could never have actually been late.

My credit and job situation was not changed, I'd neither run up a bunch of new debt, nor had I any other late payments on any other card.

There was no cause to raise my rate like that other than they decided they weren't making enough profit and because a credit card agreement is the only legally binding contract that is completely changable by the credit card companies.

We're not allowed to expect that our fixed rates will stay fixed, nor are we allowed to expect that the agreed to fees and charges will remain the same as when we agreed.

How in the holy-phuq did we as a country allow this sort of thing to come about?!?!

Anyway, I digress... I'm not sure what your point is in asking the question, but, just because I didn't have to pay interest at that rate doesn't mean I can't get angry about some nitwit trying to set me up for it...
10YEAREMPLOYEELE TG0

United States

#199 Feb 12, 2010
I was terminated from my postion as a BAM yesterday due to production. I was with the company for almost 10 years and was just told that they were firing me. I feel like the reason it was done like this is because they kept saying the branch needed to be a 3 person branch and this was the easiest way to do it without having to do a severance package.
who dat -- go saints

Philadelphia, MS

#200 Feb 13, 2010
do you have a copy of all your yearly performances
and monthly since --- are your production numbers less than others in the branch --- that might be your answer to your questions --- one way or the other and what direction you may want to look for more answers
ex-citi and loving it

United States

#201 Feb 13, 2010
The citifinancial sponsored nationwide race car burst into flames. Go figure...a car sponsored by the devil!!!

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