Citibank Doesn\’t Want Your Business, Linux Users

2009-11-03 168 words 1 min read

This is an article from the Citibank customers in US.

The Consumerist: ”Citibank won’t let customers using Linux computers log in to their online accounts. Adam argues that in 2009 this doesn’t make sense, especially when no other major corporate website blocks him like this.”

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But in India too we don&#8217;t have much too different environment. Though I do not have any issues with the Citibank site, but I have HDFC Insurance. I always pay the premium online. This time the payment failed couple of times and the amount was deducted from my account. When checked with the Customer Service Desk, the confirmed that the payment option does not work on Firefox with Linux. For this time I have made the payment using Cash, but why should there be OS discrimination.

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Authored By Amit Agarwal

Amit Agarwal, Linux and Photography are my hobbies.Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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