Setting Up A Citicards Online Account
Citigroup or Citi retail banking includes Citi’s global branch network, known to most as Citibank. Citibank has greater than 4,600 branches all over the world and currently has more than $300 billion deposits. It is the third biggest retail bank in the United States according to deposits. Moreover, there are Citibank branded branches throughout the world, except Mexico, which is under a separate subsidiary called Banamex. Citibank provides Citibank or Citigold checking and savings accounts and services for commercial banking and small business and personal wealth management. As of 2011, Citi is the first bank to launch digitized Smart Banking branches in Busan, New York, Tokyo, and Washington, D.C., as it renovated its whole branch network. New sales and service centers were also introduced in St. Petersburg and Moscow. 24-hour service units called Citi Express modules, were also launched in Colombia. Recently, Citi opened branches in three new cities so it can expand its presence in China to up to 13 cities.
Furthermore, Citibank provides Citigold services throughout the world to mass affluent clients who have at least $50,000 in liquid assets. In particular markets, Citigold Select is accessible for clients who have at least $500,000 in liquid assets. Citigold Private Client is Citibank’s highest tiered service for high net-worth individuals who have at least $1 million to $3 million in liquid assets and gives access to ideas and investments from Citi Private Bank.
Hence, if you already have an existing Citicards account or more particularly, a credit card and you require a Citicards account online, all that is needed from you is a desktop, a laptop, or a mobile device that has a stable and safe Internet connection. You also need a web browser program, such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari. Definitely, you must also have your account details ready for inputting online.
One of the benefits of having a Citicards login is that it can be made available to you in any and all devices and web browser programs. You can also then use this online account to check and monitor your balance, pay bills, shop, transfer funds, etc.
Described below are the steps and images to help you in putting up your own www.citicards.com login.
• Open a web browser program and go to the Citibank: Sign On home page at https://online.citibank.com. Click on the “Register” link on the upper left side of the webpage.
• It is not an assurance that the webpage will look like it does on picture number one. Nevertheless, you should just try to find the “Register” link on the webpage and click it.
• You should consider that there might be an occurrence wherein you may find someone else’s Citicards account and not the last webpage as in the image above. In these instances, you would need to sign out first. Afterwards, just refresh the webpage. If it so happens that the webpage is still not showing on screen, you should delete the cookies, cache, and/or passwords from the web browser. If you still cannot see the webpage with your needed links, just close your web browser and open up the Citicards webpage on another web browser program.
• Depending on whether you are doing a Citicards.com sign on for a bank account or a credit card, you would need to enter your Account Information, set-up your online access, and confirm. In this webpage, you would have to enter your ATM/Debit or Credit Card Number and click the blue “Continue” button to get the online access and confirmation.
• A couple of things to note about your Citicards secure sign in. For your bank account, you have to have ready, your ATM/debit card number, your PIN (which is the code you enter at ATMs), and your bank account number or the last four digits of your Social Security Number. If you were registering a credit card, you would need to have ready, your credit card, your security word, and the last four digits of your Social Security Number. If you are an authorized user for a credit card, you will need the Secure Transaction Code or STC that Citi emailed you when the primary cardholder added you as an authorized user. Note that if you need an STC, the primary cardholder is required to sign on and request it using the Manage Authorized User function.