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Citibank Enrich Platinum Purchase Assurance Usage?

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  • Feb 22nd, 2010 10:41 am
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Citibank Enrich Platinum Purchase Assurance Usage?

Has anyone used this before because I can't find these gift certificates I brought a few weeks ago that are worth a few hundred dollars. No info about purchase assurance on citibank's website since enrich platinum card is not there. Is this even covered?
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It probably won't cover it, although I can't find my documentation. I have the Citi document regarding price protection and it won't cover gift cards. Also if it's any indication, my TD Gold Elite Visa won't protect against losts of gift cards.
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wackojacko wrote:
Feb 22nd, 2010 10:18 am
I think nuberific is confusing Price Protection and Purchase Assurance.

check out page 2
http://www.citibank.ca/canada/cards/eng ... ic_eng.pdf

(i) might exclude gift cards if they are considered numismatic property (not sure if gift cards fall under this, I would guess yes)
Sorry for the confusion, I worded my previous post poorly. I know the OP is specifically speaking of the loss/damage of items. I used the Citi price protection analogy because I assumed they have similar limitations between price protection and purchase assurance. And by "TD Gold Elite Visa won't protect against losts of gift cards", I was speaking of purchase assurance, but should not have used the word protect.

PS thanks for the link to that document. Been looking for it for a while. :)

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