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Citibank Signature 90k QFF bonus, $4k spend in 90 days, $0 first yr annual fee, exp 30 June 2019

Kangol

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It's been suggested before that the period is 6 months.
Yeah, no reports for this specific card that I'm aware of - only other branded cards where Citibank is offering the credit.
No real harm right now in trying.
 

NoName

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When they reject application like this do they still do a credit check or reject prior to getting to that stage?
 
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I got rejected and offered the inferior platinum card over the signature. Opted against taking it. Bit annoyed as I have no idea why I would be declined.
 

Bradleyc123

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Hi guys,

Can someone tell me if paying body corporate fees are considered part of the bonus spend for this card?
 

jbman

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Well the options are -
By post - clearly no.
Bpay - i dont think this will be eligible?
By phone - call and pay via c/c
Internet - deft payment system?
In person - Eftpos.
Safest would be via eftpos
 

GSP

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Just a Citibank datapoint (particularly around the 6 month unofficial wait period). Have just closed a Virgin Flyer card and a Qantas card in the past couple of weeks - both issued by Citibank and was approved for this card today.

I guess I wouldn't tempt fate with getting the same card within a 6 month card - I did with the flyer unsuccessfully 3 months later then was successful on same card after 9 months.
 

Kangol

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Just a Citibank datapoint (particularly around the 6 month unofficial wait period). Have just closed a Virgin Flyer card and a Qantas card in the past couple of weeks - both issued by Citibank and was approved for this card today.

I guess I wouldn't tempt fate with getting the same card within a 6 month card - I did with the flyer unsuccessfully 3 months later then was successful on same card after 9 months.
When did you apply for both the Virgin and Qantas cards?
 

GSP

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When did you apply for both the Virgin and Qantas cards?
I've had the Qantas card for nearly a year so closed before Annual fee (and to improve chances of this) so 11 months ago.
I applied for the Virgin Flyer card in late Feb I think it was and did the 3 month, got the points and voucher then closed down.
 

Demonoid

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Just applied for this card. Spot for Qantas so number entered. Also spot for a landline number (would not except mobile). Luckily I have a landline (even though I have never used it), but I found that very weird in this day and age.

Anyway...Provisionally approved, sent payslip. Now we wait. Have not had a Qantas card every and have not had a Virgin Flyer card for years. So not expecting any nasty surprises...
 

Rusty776

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Applied for this today. Couldn't upload documents at time of application for some reason. Jumped on live chat and sorted it out pretty quick. 3 hours later approved which I thought was pretty quick.
Hopefully the points arriving runs as smooth.
 

Danger

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I applied after hours and 15 hours later was approved, after uploading the same pay slip for both proof of income and proof of employment. I was then bombarded with six text messages and seven emails simultaneously. The card I was approved for is "Citibank Rewards Credit Card - Signature" (which, incidentally, does not feature on their list of cards here: https://www.citibank.com.au/keyfactsheet/GENERIC_KFS.pdf). I hope this is the Qantas one referred to in the first post.

May I confirm please that ATO, government charges etc. do qualify for the $4k minimum spend (I'm aware they don't earn points)?
 

Rusty776

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Your right... I was approved for this card

"your Citibank Rewards Credit Card - Signature application is approved!"

I used this link

You got my thinking from you last post so I did some googling and I noticed another Citi card for 50,000 QFF with a $2k spend.


Needless to say I'd prefer the 90,000 over the 50,000!!
 

robinsparkles

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stuffed up my partners application by attaching a random document instead of the payslip, can't even log in to the application to rectify it!
 

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