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I'm trying to move all my cards to a single due date (that is, change the 2016 cards to match the older ones), but Citi is making it difficult.
The schedule Citi is giving me for Prestige is:
2nd through 12th: Bad
13th through 17th: Good
18th or 19th: Bad
20th through 24th: Good
25th or 26th: Bad
27th or 28th: Good
What the heck is going on? I can understand why they might need to change the due date to avoid weekends on some months, or wait a month or two for the new due date to kick in, but why not just let a customer pick the ideal date now, rather than making the customer wait another month until the calendar is in alignment with the customer's plans? Whoever designed that payment calendar is either an astrologist or an a**hole.
I picked a slightly-less-than-ideal due date, but it says it will still need 2 months to go into effect. If it takes two months, anyway, why not just give me the date I want?
And for AA Platinum, they won't let me change it at all.
Love: IHG, Platinum, Sallie Mae, AA Plat, CSP
Like: Discover, ED, BCE, Hyatt, Arrival, Freedom
Might drop: BrooksBros, Prestige (Costco PC?)
Might add: Proper business card, CSR, Ritz, Delta Gold
Letting new accounts cool off since May
Really not sure what I'll add next or when