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bsal
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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION

I'm trying to get an infiniti m35 2006
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usmc58555
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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION


moondog7324 wrote:
What a drawn out process-

Not really.

No offense to the OP, but if you read their past threads and comments:

 

1- They just became a member of NFCU.

2- They  became a member through sponsorship by a person who had just became a member just to sponser the OP.

3- They do not have any banking relationship with the NFCU. (do they even have moe then the $5.00 in their account?)

4- They have no type of relationship history with NFCU.

5- The OP has a poor overall credit profile for securing a car loan.

 

I am sorry that there are hoops to jump through, but as a member i am glad they are attempting due dilligence.

 

I also think that anyone else I give NFCU advice to I am going to say that they should have some kind of banking relationship with NFCU, thriow some direct deposit in or something.


I still think the OP will be approved.

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bsal
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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION

i do have direct deposit with NFCU, and I also have 3k that i put in my savingings account if that helps
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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION

I never had a problem like that. Of course I've only barrowed $6.6k, and $6k from them. I also had more in my savings, checking, and money market account. So to them I'm sure it was a no brainer to lend me the money. I have also been with them for 6 years now. Good luck! Hope you get approved :smileyhappy:
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bsal
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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION

Well just to keep everybody up to date I got approved today , i'm so stocked because my car just died today
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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION

Congrats:

 

I had figured you would eventually get approved.

 

What was your amount, term, and rate?

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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION

Well I got approved for 22k with 249.00 gap insurance with 7% intrest rate 60 month but i plan on doing automatic bi weekley payment. THANKS for all you guys help if theres any other suggestions feel free to inform me
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Re: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION QUESTION

Congrats!  I appreciate all the info too....I just joined NFCU a couple days ago and waiting on the "welcome packet."

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