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CIBC 8h
Replying to @TopShotta14
We are working to implement a fix. In the meantime, you can review your account information by calling CIBC Credit Card Services at 1-800-465-4653. 2/2 ^TZ
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CIBC 8h
Replying to @TopShotta14
Hi, I am sorry to read you are having difficulties accessing your Credit Card information. We are still having an issue that is preventing some clients from accessing their credit card information. 1/2^ TZ
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CIBC 9h
Replying to @Swizawski
Hi, I am sorry to read you are having trouble when accepting an e-Transfer. We are not having any issues that would prevent you from accepting an e-Transfer. To look into this for you, please call us at 1-800-465-2422. Agents are available 24/7. ^TZ
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CIBC 10h
Replying to @bravelytyped
Online Banking is one of the most secure methods of banking. Insuring this experience requires us to work together. As long as you maintain the security of your bank card number and password, no one can gain access to your account information. Thanks for you feedback. 2/2 ^TZ
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CIBC 10h
Replying to @bravelytyped
Hello, I can certainly understand your concerns. Special/non-alphanumeric characters like "&", "$", etc are not currently supported. To ensure security, CIBC monitors online activity for abnormalities and uses one time use passwords to insure your security. 1/2 ^TZ
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CIBC 11h
Replying to @CherylStephens
Hi Cheryl, I would certainly like to help you out. Please send us a DM with more information, including the phone number calling you so we can investigate further. ^TZ
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @jenlorrainegold
Hi Jennifer, thank you for responding back to me. Please do not hesitate to reach back out to me with your details. I can escalate your concerns further. ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @myimable
Hi Marco, please accept my apologies for you experience. I'd like to escalate to the Banking Centre near u. Can u DM me and advise me the Banking Centre as well as ur full name, postal code, phone number and best time to contact you. ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @ColtonDavies_
Hi Colton, I would like to escalate your concerns to my colleagues. Can u DM me your full name, postal code, and phone number with the best time to contact you. ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @jenlorrainegold
Hi Jennifer, please accept my deepest apologies for ur experience. I would like the opportunity to escalate ur concerns further. Please DM me with ur full name, postal code, phone number on file with the best time to call. I look forward to hearing from you. ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @Amanda_MMF_MIW
Hi Amanda, please accept my apologies for the following experience, this not the impression I would like to leave with you. I would like to escalate ur concerns to the Banking Centre. Can u pls DM ur full name, postal code, and number on file with the best time to call. ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @Stevejo70507280
To access Meet With Us, please visit . 3/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @Stevejo70507280
You can schedule a banking centre meeting with the right advisor to bring you convenient and flexible banking that fits your life. Scheduling a meeting is as easy as 1,2,3 by using the Meet With Us Tool on . 2/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @Stevejo70507280
Hi Steve, thank u for reaching out to me in regards to ur interest rate on ur savings account. To discuss ur options further, I would suggest speaking with a Banking Centre representative. 1/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @O4Mr2V7
4) For your security, you’ll be prompted to verify your card using a one-time passcode. 5) Use your finger or stylus to provide your signature and select “Save”. 6) Select “Done” and you’re all set to begin using Samsung Pay. 3/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @O4Mr2V7
1) Open Samsung Pay from your device's Apps menu. 2) Select “Add card” and use your camera or enter your card information manually. 3) Follow the on-screen prompts, including accepting the Terms & Conditions. 2/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @O4Mr2V7
Hi David, thank you for reaching out to me. I can confirm that CIBC supports all 3 mobile wallets you mentioned. The CIBC Dividend Visa is supported on Samsung Pay. To add your CIBC Dividend Visa to Samsung pay, you can follow these instructions. 1/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @AaronMerke
Hi Aaron, please accept my apologies for the following inconvenience. I'd like to review the hold on your cheque further. To provide you with more detailed information, please sign into Online Banking at in your browser and we can email through. 1/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @AaronMerke
For immediate assistance on releasing the funds on hold. You can contact CIBC Telephone Banking at 1-800-465-2422. 3/3 ^RH
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CIBC Dec 9
Replying to @AaronMerke
the secure message centre. To sign onto Message Centre:   1. Sign on to CIBC Online Banking 2. Select My Message Centre from the left-hand menu 3. Select Write to Us 4. Include "SEC RHAAR20D15" in the subject line. 2/3 ^RH
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