www.myciti.com – A guide to using Citibank online banking

Written and Published October 19, 2014

Some background on www.myciti.com:

Citibank is Citigroup's consumer division and one of the largest financial service providers globally. Banking is provided alongside credit cards, investments and insurance, with customers in 36 countries. It was actually founded in the early 1800s when it was named City Bank of New York and later First National City Bank of New York.

Ahead of Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup is the United States' largest bank holding company and about a quarter of the company's global branches here generate more than half of its total revenues, making its largest market the US.

In North America, Citibank has 983 branches that are mainly in metropolitan areas including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago as well as San Francisco, Miami and Dallas.

In 1995, Citi pioneered online account services and originally, software on floppy disks were used to provide access.

www.myciti.com online services:

Today, Citibank's online financial services are among some of the most successful in the field of banking, with around fifteen million users making the most of their checking and savings accounts, credit cards, loans, mortgages and much more. www.myciti.com has been ranked by Forrester as the number one US bank secure website for the past two years, making you feel more protected about your online banking.

Using www.myciti.com, you can manage all your Citi accounts easily on the one website and pay your bills, view your statements, check due dates of bills and organize multiple Citi credit cards. You can apply for services such as credit cards or loans and it can often be much quicker to receive an online answer than calling an agent with the query.

The service is easy to use, with an excellent Help section to guide you.

www.myciti.com – A guide to using Citibank online banking

Setting up online access to your Citi accounts:

To set up your bank account online, you'll need your ATM or debit card number, your PIN and either your bank account number or the last four digits of your SSN.

To set up credit card banking, you'll need your credit card, your security word and the last four digits of your SSN.

If an authorized user wants to set up credit card banking, they will need the Secure Transaction Code that Citi emailed the Primary Cardholder.

Set up your online banking with www.myciti.com and you could save time by accessing your account wherever you are.