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Building Credit and Building a Relationship to NFCU

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Building Credit and Building a Relationship to NFCU

Hello!

I was recently approved for a few card with some ok SL and I want to make sure I use them to maximize my score increases but also help build a good relationship with the banks, specifically NFCU (going for their 100% financed mortgage).

Here are my cards:

Total card $0/$400 (probabaly closing this one really soon)
Cap1 plat - $0/$1300
Cap1 QS - $0/$500
PenFed gold - $1015/$1500 (just did a balance transfer)
PenFed promise - $0/$1000
Nfcu go rewards - $0/$1300


My main question is should I put a small amount on the nfcu card and pay it in full once the statement cuts or should I just pay it off multiple times a month?


Thanks!
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Re: Building Credit and Building a Relationship to NFCU

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