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    Citigroup sells North America Diners Club

    The US and Canada Diners Club franchise has been bought by Bank of Montréal. Can we hope that Citigroup will now sell the Australian franchise to a company that will invest to develop it?

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    Re: Citigroup sells North America Diners Club

    Quote Originally Posted by edcba View Post
    The US and Canada Diners Club franchise has been bought by Bank of Montréal. Can we hope that Citigroup will now sell the Australian franchise to a company that will invest to develop it?
    Perhaps fixing the customer service first might be better...

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    Re: Citigroup sells North America Diners Club

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    Perhaps fixing the customer service first might be better...
    Amen to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edcba View Post
    Can we hope that Citigroup will now sell the Australian franchise to a company that will invest to develop it?
    Like GE Capital?

    Isn't Diner's just about dead in Australia anyway? I don't think they have many corporate accounts left, and certainly the signs of acceptance mostly appear to be peeling and fading...

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