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Citi Credit Protector $100 Check Arrived

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Just an update to those of you who had been asking me whether my $100 gasoline reimbursement check had arrived from Citi Credit Protector – yes it has (today actually).

And in fact, if you want to check on the status of it at Rebate Status. What’s funny is that I had been trying to check the status but since they keyed in my last name wrong (they transposed some letters in an obvious typo), it wasn’t showing up. My fiancée’s rebate status had been updated accurately and showed up as CP Email Gas Coupon ($100), mail date of February 1st.

At the time of the mailing (or within days of the mailing), I had already canceled Citi Credit Protector so I do not believe membership is necessary to be eligible for the promotion. My fiancée is still part of the Credit Protector program and working off their $50 promotion.

Gotta love them credit card insurance promotions!

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3 Responses to “Citi Credit Protector $100 Check Arrived”

  1. TT says:

    Do you know if they honor gas receipts from before you signed up?
    Or can you just use receipts that you might find on the ground?

    Also what do you mean she is “working off their $50 promotion”? Do you mean she is waiting to receive the gift card she was promised to stay enrolled before cancelling?

    Thanks.

  2. jim says:

    They will not honor gas receipts from before you signed up, the promo specifically states that. You can, however, use receipts you find on the ground as long as they’re dated after your start date. We used both of our receipts for my promo certificate without any problems.

    The $50 promotion they offer you is actually five $10 certificates spread across 5 months, with the condition that you remain a credit protector customer made very very clear. So… she’s just not using the card for five months and taking the free gift cards to Home Depot.

  3. Lo says:

    Thanks for the update Jim! I had been staying in the program just in case, but now that I know for sure I don’t have to stay in it to receive the check, I’m going to cancel!


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