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The perfect secure password is easy to remember, but difficult for outsiders to guess. Keep these tips in mind when creating your User ID and Password.

You should:

  • Review the current Citibank Vulgar Language Policy.
  • Make your User ID and Password two distinct entries.
  • Make your User ID and Password different from the Security Word you provided when you applied for your card.
  • Use phrases that combine spaces and words (i.e., "An apple a day"). NOTE: 1 space only between each word or character.

You should not:

  • Use your name.
  • Use multiple consecutive spaces.
  • Use a single word that can be found in the dictionary.
  • Use something readily identifiable, such as your name, birthday, spouse or child's name, Social Security Number, phone number or street address. These can be traced directly to you and are easy for potential hackers to guess.
  • Use letters or numbers that are near each other on the keyboard (i.e. hjkl or appear in a logical sequence (i.e. 123456 or abcdefg).
  • Share your information with anyone — ever.

Need more suggestions? Have some fun and try one of these formulas:

  • Choose a meaningful phrase with 6-8 words in it (e.g. we

    bought our home 9 years ago) and take the first character of each word to make your password: wboh9ya.

  • Insert two digits into a word (e.g. Decem51ber).
  • Replace the vowels or other letters in a short phrase with numbers or other characters.
  • Misspell a word, drop some letters, add other characters, or make up crazy words using symbols instead of vowels or consonants.
  • Drop the vowels in a long word (e.g. ‘corporation’ would be crptn). Even better, add some numbers (e.g. 2crptn9).

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