RESOLVED: Citibank Credit Card Transaction Download Issues

This is the official topic for Citibank Credit Card. Please keep the discussion related to this particular financial institution. Current status and updates will also be posted to this topic.

Status as of 4:34 PM (Pacific Time) 07/22/2014

We are currently experiencing customers seeing debit transactions returned as credit transactions for Citibank Credit Card accounts in Mint.  This issue has been sent to our Data Connectivity team for review and resolution. Updates will be provided to this topic as they become available.

Status as of 02:04 PM (Pacific Time) 07/23/2014

Our Data Connectivity team has reported that the issue should now be resolved.  For the existing incorrect transactions, there will be a corresponding transaction with the correct amount will be pulled after next refresh.  In this situation you may need to mark the incorrect transactions as duplicate.

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