Citibank on the naughty list...
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  1. #1
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    Citibank on the naughty list...

    I was reading through my Feb/Mar issue of Handguns and came across this brief article. It said that Warne Mounts, a scope mount company, applied for a business line of credit at Home Depot for building supplies. The day they applied Home Depot approved them. The next day it was rescinded. The NSSF said it was rescinded because Home Depot Credit Services, Citibank, N.A. Creditor won't lend money to firms that make firearms parts. Now that was bad enough but this next part really pissed me off.
    "According to the NSSF, in 2008 Citi Merchant Services decided to stop processing credit card transactions for law-abiding people trying to use their credit cards to buy firearms."
    To what degree Citibank takes their politics I can't say beyond what I just read. I can say Citibank is now permenantly on my crap list....

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  3. I guess I'm glad I have a small town bank.

    I'll make note to steer clear of Citibank

  4. That sucks I too will steer clear of Citi lending

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    I do Real Estate Appraisals for Citi looks like my fees are going up. Will also mention this to a number of concealed carry folks.

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    Citi is directly influenced by Michael Bloomberg.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

  7. And Citi Bank now has a contract with Uncle Sugar to be their Government Travel Card.

    Are they aware of how many transaction their cards have been use to transport an M-4 to a deployed location etc...

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    Politically correct BS ... I had Mastercard try the same when I was buying cigars, a perfectly legal product. I argued with them and they actually stopped the practice.

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    Angry

    I'm sure "some" of my tax money went to Citi in the form of "bailout money". They had no problem taking it then?

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    I dropped Citibank over a year ago.
    Americas Epitaph
    "Since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, He gave them up to a depraved mind, to do what should not be done"

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    Thank God that everytime I get this junk snail mail it goes straight in the shredder...I guess I will keep one and send them back with a note to stop sending me their adverts because I DO NOT and WILL NOT condon a bank that is unfriendly to gun owners/users. Thank you for the heads up about this bank. The more people who knows this, the more business they will not have...
    "Don't let the door hit ya where the dawg shudda bit ya!"
    G'day and Glock
    GATEWAY SWIFT WING ST. LOUIS

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