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Checked NFCU CC and saw I was pre-approved for auto loan. Any thoughts?

So I went on NFCU site to check my accounts, and in the upper right hand corner was a big "Congrats, you're pre-approved for an auto loan with NFCU" thing.  I also got a letter in the mail the following day stating the same thing.   Details are the offer expires Nov 30th I think.

 

Is this a good sign or? LOL   Just wondering if others have noticed it and their thoughts on the matter.

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Re: Checked NFCU CC and saw I was pre-approved for auto loan. Any thoughts?

I always get the pre-approvals for auto refinancing from them ..eh but I don't have a car loan to refinance :smileywink:

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Re: Checked NFCU CC and saw I was pre-approved for auto loan. Any thoughts?


RyVision wrote:

So I went on NFCU site to check my accounts, and in the upper right hand corner was a big "Congrats, you're pre-approved for an auto loan with NFCU" thing.  I also got a letter in the mail the following day stating the same thing.   Details are the offer expires Nov 30th I think.

 

Is this a good sign or? LOL   Just wondering if others have noticed it and their thoughts on the matter.


Are you in the market for a new car??

 




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Re: Checked NFCU CC and saw I was pre-approved for auto loan. Any thoughts?

I get that banner too. Unfortunately I wont be in the market for a new car for several years.

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