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Re: APP for NFCU


j_casteel wrote:

with scores like that...be prepared to have a shiny new NFCU card with a $75k limit in the mail soon!


ROFL!  More like 22k for him and 30k for the DGF  Smiley Surprised


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Re: APP for NFCU


webhopper wrote:

j_casteel wrote:

with scores like that...be prepared to have a shiny new NFCU card with a $75k limit in the mail soon!


ROFL!  More like 22k for him and 30k for the DGF  Smiley Surprised


lol, yeah i was exaggerating a lot...but still yet...they will be awesome cards!

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Re: APP for NFCU

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Wow, with scores like that, I would have gone for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 

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Re: APP for NFCU


pinoyscorpion951 wrote:

Wow, with scores like that, I would have god for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 


Nah, no points as there is no multiplier on rewards by having all three.  Cash card is nice Smiley Happy  and they are upgrading them to signature now... Unfortunately I haven't gotten my invitation to upgrade yet Smiley Sad


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Re: APP for NFCU


pinoyscorpion951 wrote:

Wow, with scores like that, I would have gone for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 


What is this Navcheck everyone is talking about? I have tried looking it up and have had no luck lol.


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Re: APP for NFCU


Quizzle23 wrote:

pinoyscorpion951 wrote:

Wow, with scores like that, I would have gone for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 


What is this Navcheck everyone is talking about? I have tried looking it up and have had no luck lol.


It isn't called that anymore, its called Overdraft Line of Credit.   It is a line of credit that gives you free overdraft protection (as in no OD fees).  It has a max of 15k and can be used as a revolving personal loan... you can literally order a checkbook for it and write a check against it without ever overdrafting your normal checking account.

You MUST have a checking account with NFCU to be eligible for an Overdraft Line of Credit


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Re: APP for NFCU


Quizzle23 wrote:

pinoyscorpion951 wrote:

Wow, with scores like that, I would have gone for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 


What is this Navcheck everyone is talking about? I have tried looking it up and have had no luck lol.


so what limit did you get approved for?

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webhopper wrote:

Quizzle23 wrote:

pinoyscorpion951 wrote:

Wow, with scores like that, I would have gone for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 


What is this Navcheck everyone is talking about? I have tried looking it up and have had no luck lol.


It isn't called that anymore, its called Overdraft Line of Credit.   It is a line of credit that gives you free overdraft protection (as in no OD fees).  It has a max of 15k and can be used as a revolving personal loan... you can literally order a checkbook for it and write a check against it without ever overdrafting your normal checking account.

You MUST have a checking account with NFCU to be eligible for an Overdraft Line of Credit


Oh a credit reserve. I have one of those with my bank. Yea we have a savings and checking. I don't like the overdraft protection/credit reserve. I pretty much act like I dont have one on my bank account. lol


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Re: APP for NFCU


rootpooty wrote:

Quizzle23 wrote:

pinoyscorpion951 wrote:

Wow, with scores like that, I would have gone for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 


What is this Navcheck everyone is talking about? I have tried looking it up and have had no luck lol.


so what limit did you get approved for?


We have no idea lol thats what I was saying earlier. In the message center it said approved in the status but no other info. I sent them a message and if I dont hear back by tomorrow mid day I will call. 


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Re: APP for NFCU


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webhopper wrote:

Quizzle23 wrote:

pinoyscorpion951 wrote:

Wow, with scores like that, I would have gone for the NFCU tri-fecta: Visa, Mastercard and Navcheck. 


What is this Navcheck everyone is talking about? I have tried looking it up and have had no luck lol.


It isn't called that anymore, its called Overdraft Line of Credit.   It is a line of credit that gives you free overdraft protection (as in no OD fees).  It has a max of 15k and can be used as a revolving personal loan... you can literally order a checkbook for it and write a check against it without ever overdrafting your normal checking account.

You MUST have a checking account with NFCU to be eligible for an Overdraft Line of Credit


Oh a credit reserve. I have one of those with my bank. Yea we have a savings and checking. I don't like the overdraft protection/credit reserve. I pretty much act like I dont have one on my bank account. lol


I was thinking that I "needed" Navcheck.  but my husband quickly reminded me that I had 22k of available credit, and that I didn't "need" another product. It was funny seeing the look on his face as I was trying to explain why I "needed" it.  ROFL.  He looked at me like I'd just lost my mind.

 

I also tried to explain why I "needed"  Amex Lowes card in October. Fortunately for me, he wasn't buying the "need"

 

I found out later that I can easily transfer funds from the Cash Card into my NFCU checking which can then be used to pay my contractor so that he doesn't get those pesky swipe fees. I plan on doing some bathroom remodeling of a rental before the end of the year so that it goes on this years tax statement.    My husband is so smart Smiley Very Happy


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