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I have had an account with Citizens since they bought out US trust. That’s a very long time. I have never liked the app. Although I haven’t had the overdraft problems that many people are mentioning in their reviews I find Citizins to be the only bank that doesn’t allow you to make credit card payments or even see your credit card statement on the app. In order for me to make my credit card payment every month I have to open the app tell it to login to the credit card which takes me to the website where I’ve got to log into my checking again then log in to my credit card. Very inconvenient. When I asked them about it and explained the convenience of other banks like Bank of America and Chase… They tell me that the credit card and the bank are two different entities and therefore cannot be on the same app. But if you gonna put your banks name on a credit card… Either let the app access it or develop a new app just for the credit card. I actually have no idea why I still have a Citizens Bank account. I guess it’s just nostalgia since it was the first account I ever had. If you already have a Citizens Bank account and I would recommend getting the app. If you don’t already have a Citizens Bank account I would recommend looking at other banks.
I have been dealing with this bank for my uncle. I have never hit so many road blocks in my life. And the Fees!!!! Are they crazy? I go to a different bank where it is all reasonable and the fees make sense. To pay bills you have to go to a page on a computer and set up the payees then go back to the app to pay them. Why have an app? My local bank does everything so fast right through the app. The people at the bank do not even get it. They are the only reason this is even getting one star. They are very nice and try to be helpful but what can they do with something that does not work? They were told, and so was I through the messages system, that once you set up one account on the home page of the bank ( of which they never send a link). Plus once you log off the account the message disappears! No one looking at it could find it. This app is so bad I had other people look at it to see if it was just me or what. If you think you need this bank for travel you do not. I just tell my local bank (through the app) where I am going (if it is flying distance) and there is no problem. This bank and their app has been so slow and their system so messed up you can not even tell if you have bounced a payment or not. Then the fees really add up. I did not know these kind of fees were legal.
I have both an iPhone six and an iPhone X. The app does not work with either of these phones in a reliable manner. When I go to login a screen appears which says that the website is not available. Last year I was stranded in Europe without money because the app was not working. I tried to reload the app with no success. I restarted my phone also with no success. The problem is not with Apple, the problem lies with Citizens Bank and its app. If you look at other reviews you will see that they have had the exact same problem as I am now experiencing for the second time. It is not just me. Now, six months later, the app is broken again. The people at my branch are very friendly but unable to help. When I called customer service from Vienna, Austria, I waited on international long distance 30 minutes for an operator and still did not receive an answer to my call. I hung up. Fortunately I had some friends who lent me some money. The app now remains broken on my phone and I am heading to a competing bank to establish accounts and close out my citizens bank accounts.
I just got an auto loan through citizens. I had an insane amount of trouble setting up my account, and come to realize if you want to do a one time payment you can’t even set it up through the app. You have to go to some weird portal on their site and use the first four 0s of your account even though they all start with 6 and then enter in your social for a one time payment. Absolutely terrible. You can’t make payments through the app or see the balance and have all of your information in one place. Disgusting business. I’m already looking to refinance this loan, even if a bank came back to me and said they had a higher rate I would take it over this terrible company. They were rude on the phone and it was my first experience dealing with them. Stay far away from this place. UPDATE: I refinanced my loan. Citizens, if you’re listening, which you’re obviously not, you just lost a customer before they even made their first payment! And I got a lower rate. PEACE!!!
I’ve been banking with Citizens for ten years now. I’ve been using the mobile app for probably half of that time. I’ve had no issues with the app. I love being able to transfer my money from one account to another, I absolutely love the mobile deposit, I’ve never had an issue with logging in, and when I had a credit card I could make payments to it through the app. I also really like the feature where you can choose which accounts you want displayed on the app (you have to do this on the computer). It’s helped with my savings so much. I’ve had a couple issues with my address and I believe that recently they made it so you can update that info on the app.
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Last update was at Jan 14, 2020and the current version is 8.3.
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