Thread: Money transfer to India?
I am planning to open an account with Citibank.I did some reading on this site as well some people had really good comments I was just wondering if anybody can rate Citibank in terms of their net banking,exchange rates, customer service. It will help me to decide as with whom should I open my account. Thanks in advance.
You may open an account with ICICI Bank, which is an easier option and helpful in many ways. ICICI has branches in the US and also has net transfer facility.
Moroever its all over India and incase you need to transfer money to any branch in India or even while traveling within India while you are here or whether your parents operate the ATM its the best way. Check out the ICICI NRI account page. In case you are unable to get details let me know , I shall assist.
Sanjay ( Always at help ) :-D
> I am planning to open an account with Citibank.I did some reading on this site as well some people had really good comments I was just wondering if anybody can rate Citibank in terms of their net banking,exchange rates, customer service. It will help me to decide as with whom should I open my account. Thanks in advance.
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