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Yes, Once you are married you will be a full member with USAA and have access to all investment, credit and insurance products. I am a full member with USAA and also affiliated with NFCU through my job as a defense contractor. When I joined USAA I switched all of my insurance products to them. In my case, their pricing couldn't be even closely matched by other companies. In fact I was able to get upgrades in coverage limits, etc. and still stay below other quotes.
Their CSR's on the insurance side have been excellent. Haven't dealt with the CC side. I carry a USAA Visa for the last year. Just no need to communicate. And as far as mortgage loan goes, WELL.... we'll leave that topic alone. My mortgage is through them and the servicing reps are good.
01-18-2012 08:40 AM - edited 01-18-2012 08:42 AM
Thanks for the feedback! We are thinking of switching our auto insurance to them, and maybe even the two house insurances. Better rates in insurance would be great. Also, I'm in the market to pick up some additional life since I decided to let my Farmers insurance lapse. I think for me, as long as the CSR's are good, I would be happy. Also, we aren't in the market for a mortgage loan at any time. I've got two mortgages, one on an investment property, and I'll be closing on a new primary residence next week!! So excited about the new home and moving forward with our life
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