I am sure you have got these either via e-mail or regular mail. Most of us just file them, but bloggers read every word to see what perks they have cut or “enhanced” away from us. This one seemed very confusing from my Citi Prestige card but I did not find anything bad either. Well take a look what I got in e-mail the next day:
I guess they felt bad about sending stuff that they should not have and sent me 1000 ThankYou points (worth at least $10) for the issue. OK thank you for ThankYou points!
If you did not get the points e-mail but did either in snail mail or e-mail get the fake change of Card Member Agreement changes you may want to follow up and see if you too are going to get 1000 points for the issue! 🙂 – René
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