Earlier this year, I reported that I had cashed the $15 promotional check that I received from CitiBank, thereby signing up for their Credit Protector program. My main intention (beyond the free $15) was to cash in on their retention rebates when I tried to cancel — they send you a set of five $10 coupons that can be redeemed one per month. As it turns out, they sent me two sets of rebates, and I soon discovered that they were willing to honor both sets of rebate coupons. Well, they finally caught up with me and denied my last submission. Oh well, free money is free money, I managed to get an extra $30 out of them (i.e., $80 instead of $50) before they wised up, and I still have one more coupon in play. Yeah, I know, stuff like this is hardly worth the time that it takes. But it really doesn’t take that much time, and it does amuse me, so… I keep right on doing it.
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