Being seen is the beginning of everything. That's why we're giving our transgender and non-binary customers the choice to update their eligible Citi-branded consumer credit and debit cards to match who they are.
We stand for trans equality
Believing in growth and progress for all includes growth and progress for trans and non-binary people, too. Citi is a trans-affirmative brand and we will proudly continue the fight for trans and non-binary equality.
Pam Habner she/her/hers
Head of Citi U.S. Branded Cards & Lending
Diversity Chair of Personal Banking & Wealth Management
A card that matches you
How to change your first name on your credit card to your preferred name.
- 1 Log in to your Citi-branded credit card account. (If you have multiple accounts please call the number on the back of your card.)
- 2 Under Profile, go to Contact Information.
- 3 Click
Use a Preferred First Name,enter the first name you go by and click save. We will try to use this name on our communications to you, however, Citi will continue to use your legal first name for certain communications. Additionally, Citi may ask for your legal name for identity verification purposes.
How to change your first name on your debit card to your preferred name.
- 1 Please call Citi Customer Service on the back of your debit card to request a new card with a preferred first name on it.
- 2 Request to update your preferred first name on your debit card at a local Citi branch.
For the love of seeing you for you. For the love of progress℠.
Citi's committed to helping drive an equitable and inclusive culture. That's why we've announced a new feature that will enable our transgender and non-binary customers to use the name that reflects who they truly are.
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