06-05-2012 05:26 PM
Congratulations! With Penfed its really hard to get an approval, you were blessed.
06-05-2012 08:01 PM
to many new accounts.So I waited intill they aged a bit..also had to send them proof of income..Im self-employed so i had to send them 2 years of personell and business tax returns
06-05-2012 11:22 PM
I really think I want to go ahead and join PenFed. I hear a lot of good things about them not necessarily to bank regularly with them but at least have an account and eventually get a card with them. I'm Active Duty Marine and I use BofA now I have a NFCU account as well and use it from time to time. Congrats on the approval, would you suggest waiting a while after getting an account with them before applying for a card?
06-06-2012 11:54 AM
I just joined and was approved for the AMEX from Penfed today. They do a EQ hard pull just to join, and no additional hard pull for the credit app, so if you join, you may as well apply for a card, since you are already getting one hard pull.
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