Tweets on 2010-10-23 — Citibank ERA (Employee Regret Account)

by Vinaya HS on October 23, 2010

in Finance

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Referring to my rants on Citibank, a reader wrote in:

I saw your post on the Citibank ERA facility. Luckily, I didn’t face the photo issue, but I’m unable to transfer funds between the ERA Account and the Regular Salary Account. Do you know if this is doable?

I didn’t and I wrote back so. The reader had, in the meanwhile, managed to get an answer from Citibank:

I checked with Citibank. Funds transfer isn’t possible for ERA account. It means there is no use for an ERA account.

There you go!

Citibank ERA — the Employee Regret Account, because you only feel regret when you think of that account.




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