Cit Bank files for bankrupty, Alienware Titanium Accounts

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  1. Xtremepayne

    Xtremepayne Notebook Enthusiast

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    I was wondering if anyone else had heard about Cit Bank filling for bankrupty. Correct me if I am wrong but they are the holders of Titanium accounts right? Just wondered what will happen to them now that they have filed, I ask only because I just finishing paying mine off just last week. Its also incase I decide to order a cpu upgrade for my m17 if i can get one elsewhere.

    This is per MSNBC
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33576310/ns/business-us_business

    Here is a link showing Dell Financial Services and also Alienware Titanium account and Cit Bank.

    http://dfs.us.dell.com/Pages/Privacy.aspx?selectedTabIndex=2

    This is why I am wondering if they will continue with those accounts.
     
  2. Mandrake

    Mandrake Notebook Nobel Laureate NBR Reviewer

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    The accounts will more than likely be purchased by another bank. Great opportunity...if your a bank.

    Edit: On a side note PPS was $60/share in 07 and is down 40% just this morning at .40. Hope no one had any in their 401K. ;)
     
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    I have one paid it off quite awhile ago. Now selling the machine I used it for after just over a year. hmm. Not good for cit but maybe for another bank as mandarake said. Hopefully it won't have any negative effect on those of us holding their cards I imagine dell financial services will continue to service this etc
     
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