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C2it was the name of a person-to-person money transfer service established by Citibank in 2000 as a competitor to PayPal and Billpoint. It was formed as a partnership with AOL, and later with Compuserve and Microsoft.
The service was discontinued in November 2003, due to low usage; a 2002 Gartner survey indicated that of various online money transfer methods, only 1 percent said they used C2it vs 33 percent who used PayPal.
- "Citigroup gets into online payment services game". cnet.com. 2 January 2002. Retrieved 1 February 2019.
- Guttmann, Robert (22 October 2002). Cybercash: The Coming Era of Electronic Money. Springer. pp. 136–137. ISBN 1403914508.
- "Citibank to shut down C2IT person-to-person payments business". finextra.com. 1 October 2003. Retrieved 1 February 2019.
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