I'd like to corral all Citibank topics to our official topic so I can monitor in one place. I just posted the following update:
For those of you who were seeing credits showing up as debits and
vice versa, as mentioned, our data connectivity team informed me that
they updated the script so this should be resolved (as indicated on
Friday). Today, the team put a configuration change in place to auto clean
up any duplicate data when you refresh your account.
For those of you who have indicated that new transactions aren't
updating, this issue should also be resolved. Can you please refresh
your accounts and let me know if transactions are still missing?
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