Citibank’s ATM Crisis Merely Extends “Money Don’t Matter” Campaign

Here’s a spoof of Citibank’s hoary “Live Richly” ad campaign, penned by Adfreak’s Tim Nudd.

As he points out, the long burner is ripe for a fall with its insouciant counterintuitive position.

When you’re rolling down 6th in your Bentley fueled by liquefied $1000 bills, it’s truly the little things that matter. Like whether your diamond-studded pocket-rocket has full batteries (also coated in diamonds).

Let’s get Farked! Add your own “Live Poorly” spoofs in the comments and if they’re awesome, we’ll mock ’em up and post ’em.

A great way to vent about Citibank locking you out of your ATM account and not telling you about it.

Previously: Massive Citibank Alert: UPDATE
Massive Citibank Fraud Alert: UPDATE
Massive Citibank Fraud Alert


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  1. GenXCub says:

    They say the best things in life are free! So stop hassling us! ™shiticorp

  2. People Paula says:

    Don’t spend time with your kids? Credit cards will make them forget all about it.

  3. mark duffy says:

    Spend time with your family. You know, in lieu of cash.
    (thanks for the impetus People Paula)

  4. Kishi says:

    Money is the root of all, so we’re doing you a favor.

  5. Kishi says:

    Curse my own incompetence! That should be “root of all evil…”

  6. Clampants says:

    Live richly. Just not in Canada. Or Poland.

  7. Transuranic says:

    This is great – I’ve *always* hated that “Money means nothing / everything!” vibe of their marketing. That said, here’s what I would tag that shit with:

    “Dance as if you can afford it. Love as if you can afford it. Live as if you can afford it.”

    “Your parents love you… but they’d love you more if you married rich”

    “Thanks, I just got it last night at the Limited! Like TOTALLY blew my allowance.”

  8. L_Emmerdeur says:

    Propping up the global savings glut, one retard at a time.