Report: #886401

Complaint Review: Citibank AA card

  • Submitted: Tue, May 22, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, May 24, 2012
  • Reported By: sickofitall — Los Angeles California United States of America
  • Citibank AA card

    Internet
    United States of America

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Citibank American Airlines Advantage card double my APR from 14.9% to 29.99% for no reason. I have never been late and never missed a payment. When I called to ask why, they just said it had nothing to do with my history (obviously) and they reserve the right to do that. BEWARE. Racketeering.
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#1 UPDATE Employee

Rate Increase

AUTHOR: aluokkala - (United States of America)

I know for a fact that Citi is not raising any intrest rates at this time unless you default on the account.The last time rates were raised was in 2011 and yes that was a change in terms, so if your rate just went up this year it was because you broke your agreement and paid late.
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#2 Author of original report

Mind your own business

AUTHOR: sickofitall - (United States of America)

You need to get a life. If you don't like my posts, ignore them. Buh bye now.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Easy way to avoid paying the higher rate

AUTHOR: coast - (USA)

The rate increase does not apply to current balances so just don't use the card to avoid paying the higher rate.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Quite a coincidence

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

   According to your other post, both Household and Citi both raised your rate from 14.9% to 29.99% on two different cards from two different banks.   In both posts you claim that the two banks stated that it had nothing to do with your history.     That's an amazing coincidence.
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#5 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Karl - (USA)

read Betty's Ripoff Report. Her interest rate went from 10.99% to 32.44% and she had a FICO score over 700.

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