New CitiBank Sign In Antigua

New CitiBank Sign In Antigua

Okay, if you have followed the daily dispatches from La Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo for a while, you would remember that back on November 10th, 2008 I reported on the entrance of Citibank to Guatemala, and Central America for the matter, since they bought two of the largest banking corporations in Central America: Banco Cuscatlán and Banco Uno.

Back then I also made some comments regarding the ugliness of the generic Citi logo signs posted on the two branches of the Citibank. I guess the high ranking management heard our cries (yeah right!) and they ordered a new set of signs made from wood. I had suggested ceramic tiles or metal for the signs, but I guess wood works just as good.

Now if they could only have regular banking hours like the rest, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., we will be in business. Let’s hope the top management of Citibank pays us a visit again and listens to our suggestion. Oh, you may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one

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  • MO

    Much better sign. Did they also paint the wall blue?

    • @MO, no, they did not paint the wall. The branch which used to be Banco Cuscatlán was blue and the branch, formerly known as Banco Uno, was yellow and they are still the same.