The Easy Way to File for Citibank Complaints

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The Best Way to File for Citibank Complaints

Citibank is one of the largest financial institutions globally and boasts of serving over 35 million customers in the United States alone. A huge client base like this can come with its fair share of woes. The most common include credit card issues such as deactivations and declines. The second complaint typically touches on account fraud where fraudsters hack Citi customer accounts and withdraw the money to fund purchases.

Bank scams are also major complaints where their customers are duped into giving out their account information, leading to fraud and huge financial losses.

If you are dealing with any of the issues mentioned above and you would like a faster and easier process to make a complaint, try DoNotPay. We not only help you with the complaints but also file a lawsuit on your behalf if the response you receive is not satisfactory.

How to File a Complaint to Citibank

These are the avenues you can use to file a :

Phone

To make sure your complaint reaches the right people, it's important to use the appropriate phone number.

The numbers you can use for essential service complaints are as follows:

How to Reach Citibank Customer Support
Banking General Support1-888-248-4226 or 210-677-3777 (US)

1-800-945-0258 (TTY)

Online banking1-800-374-9700

1-877-693-0372 (TTY)

Personal loans1-800-685-0935

1-800-945-0258 (TTY)

Citi cardsCall the number on the back of your card

1-800-950-5114 (urgent support)

1-800-325-2865 (TTY)

Mortgage and Home Equity1-855-839-6250

1-866-523-6781 (TTY)

Small Business Banking1-877-528-0990

1-800-788-0002 (TTY)

Global Executive Banking1-866-213-0890 (US)

1-813-604-3290 (for customers outside the U.S.)

1-800-945-0258 (TTY)

Retirement Services1-800-695-5911

1-800-788-6775 (TTY)

International Banking Services1-800-568-8555 (US)

1-813-604-3000 (for customers outside of the U.S)

1-800-945-0258 (TTY)

  • In-Person Visit

Depending on your location, you can choose to make an in-person visit to lodge your complaint. You are required to book an appointment online with a local banker or a banker you already know. The appointment can be conducted in-person, via phone, or via video. You can also choose to meet any banker via phone or video. This option comes with after-hours service, making it convenient to file a complaint anytime.

  • Mail

The bank provides mail addresses for different departments and you need to pick the right one when lodging a complaint. Two crucial addresses you can use are:

  1. Citi Cards General Correspondence

Citibank Customer Service

P.O Box 6500

Sioux Falls, SD 57117

  1. Citibank Client Services (for banking services)

U.S Service Center

Attn: C.P.S

P.O Box 769007

San-Antonio, TX 78245-9966

  • Mobile App Messaging

If you prefer an online messaging platform to file a complaint, you can download the Citi Mobile app to send a message. They promise to get back to you as soon as a reply is available.

To get your complaint received and sorted out faster through mobile messaging, you can also scan the bank's QR code using your mobile phone.

How to File a Complaint Against Citibank

What if you cannot receive a satisfactory response from Citibank? Are there other options? The answer is yes. Citibank is regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and you can file a complaint with them.

Grounds to log a complaint with the OCC include

  • Deceptive or unfair credit card practices
  • Unresolved account fraud
  • Discriminatory mortgage and home equity lending practices

How to File a Complaint With the OCC

  • Fill In an Online Form

The form is available on their website and has a 30-minute timer, which means you should gather all your case details before starting the process to avoid losing your data and restarting the process.

  • Mail

Download the form, fill in all the required details, attach the supporting documents, and send them via mail.

The address is:

Comptroller of the Currency

Customer Assistance Group

P.O Box 53570

Houston, Texas 77052

  • Fax

You can also fax the signed documents through (713) 336-4301.

How to Send demand letters to Citibank in Small Claims Court With DoNotPay

Filing a lawsuit against a big financial institution such as Citibank can be time-consuming, not to mention expensive, in terms of finding the right lawyer. But worry not. DoNotPay is here to help. By answering a few questions, we make the process easy for you by doing all the legwork for you, including drafting a professional demand letter or filing court documents.

Here's how to start a small claims lawsuit against Citibank with DoNotPay:

  1. Log-in to DoNotPay and select the Complaint Letters product.

  2. Tell us how much you are owed by the company, if applicable.

  3. Select the reason for your lawsuit.

  4. Provide details about why you're filing the lawsuit including photographic proof and other important information.

That's it! We will take all the necessary steps on your behalf, including sending a copy of the demand letter to Citibank. DoNotPay will also provide you with a written script that you can use in court to help you win the case.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

DoNotPay can help you file a complaint not only to Citibank but also to other companies such as:

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