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Can you set up an auto pay full statement balance with an external checking account? It is a deal breaker for me. I am going to close NFCU cash rewards within 2-3 years because of that.

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Yes

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Definitely :smileywink:


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Thank you! I am going to get the arrival. Do they have a chip n pin version?

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DigitalArk wrote:
Thank you! I am going to get the arrival. Do they have a chip n pin version?

i'm not sure about the chip n pin...might want to ask them before hand tho :smileyhappy: and yes, that arrival is enticing with the 400 bucks bonus :smileyhappy:



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DigitalArk wrote:
Thank you! I am going to get the arrival. Do they have a chip n pin version?

From what I've read their UK cards do but not yet here in the US

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DigitalArk wrote:
Thank you! I am going to get the arrival. Do they have a chip n pin version?

From what I've read their UK cards do but not yet here in the US


i find it a little odd that a Euro based bank doesn't have any chips in its travel cards in their US wing.

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Barclaycard Arrival chippy & siggy card is coming in the future, Barclays should be communicating more details this month about it :smileysurprised:

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YahComb wrote:

lhcole77 wrote:

DigitalArk wrote:
Thank you! I am going to get the arrival. Do they have a chip n pin version?

From what I've read their UK cards do but not yet here in the US


i find it a little odd that a Euro based bank doesn't have any chips in its travel cards in their US wing.


Capital One is the same, all of their UK cards are full chip&pin.  But that's because the local markets demand it, in the US there is no such demand.

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mxp114 wrote:

Barclaycard Arrival chippy & siggy card is coming in the future, Barclays should be communicating more details this month about it :smileysurprised:


Gulp!

 

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