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  1. Obviously but I have had a Thai address on record with the AT&T card ever since moving here nearly 20 years. There's been regulatory overhead since 9/11 for any US financial operation to do business with international clients. I guess a recent cost benefit analysis by Citi concluded expats aren't worth the trouble anymore. Yes. I called them yesterday and asked if it could be a problem. Was told, no, they have many members with international addresses. Fingers crossed. On a related note, Fidelity where all my investments are has been sniffing recently at my domic
  2. I have a debit card with them. Just applied for a CC.
  3. Just received this: Hi, . We are writing to inform you that your AT&T Universal Rewards Mastercard® will be closed and you will no longer be able to make any transactions using your card as of April 23, 2021 because Citi no longer services U.S. Card products with a mailing address in your country of residence. Your creditworthiness wasn't a factor in our decision. blah, blah. Had the card for 30 years, of which nearly 20 were here in Thailand. Wonder what spooked them. Hope it's not contagious. It's always good to have at least one card to make dollar payments from statesi
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