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  1. Anonymous

    wondering if anyone has any feedback on this…..

    I had the Hilton signature Citi cards, but wanted to get the Ascend new card bonus so I cancelled them awhile back-but of course got the new Ascend cards sent to me anyways. I’m planning on calling, but anyone have any experience/success with getting the new card bonus?

  2. Gaurav

    I would just make sure that you do not activate them and call AmEx to let them know that you had canceled your Citi cards and should not have these cards on your record.

  3. larry callahan

    I tried to tell AMEX I should not have to cancel a card I did not ask for and am still getting the runaround. Does anyone know if the Citi Hilton VISA cardmember agreement says they can transfer my account to AMEX without my consent? Seems very Wells Fargo-ish to me.

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