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Experience with UFCU in TX?

I've been a member there for three years - just wondering if ya'll could share your CC experiences with them.  They base their APRs on your credit scores (740+ gets the lowest), so I'd get a 9.9%, but I want to know if they give generous CLs.  I don't qualify for NFCU, and can't seem to talk my sister and bro in law into joining, so please don't suggest that as an option.

 

Thank you!!! 

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Re: Experience with UFCU in TX?

I'm not in the area, but it looks to have a good rate (6.9) and others can join (not in TX) with a $20 donation.  I spoke to CS to ask about membership (although  I'm done with my spree) and the person was really nice (good signt).  Another good alternative along with Addison.

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Re: Experience with UFCU in TX?

They are great to work with for a car loan, and they are very responsive.  But I don't have experience with them for a CC.  I don't want to waste the INQ if their CLs are tiny. 
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Re: Experience with UFCU in TX?

I doubt they'll come up on whogavemecredit.com, but if you qualify for the 9.9, I would doubt the cls would be tiny.

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Re: Experience with UFCU in TX?

Hey,

I have been with UFCU for almost 2 years now and they have been really good to me. I have refinance auto loans with them starting at 7.4%. Then back in march 2009 i requested for a lower APR and yes they approved to reduced it down to 5.95%. I was happy for that..

I also have a credit card with them started with $3K limit, then i increased to $4k, then $6.5k, then now at $10k. The CC APR now at 9.9%, initially 11.9%. They say to get 6.9% you need a credit score of 740 or better and I'm working on that. I'm almost there, maybe I am there already.

So far so good, they are pretty cool, the best Credit Union I ever joined. I also have join Texas Tech FCU but rarely used their services..

 

 

 

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Hey,

I have been with UFCU for almost 2 years now and they have been really good to me. I have refinance auto loans with them starting at 7.4%. Then back in march 2009 i requested for a lower APR and yes they approved to reduced it down to 5.95%. I was happy for that..

I also have a credit card with them started with $3K limit, then i increased to $4k, then $6.5k, then now at $10k. The CC APR now at 9.9%, initially 11.9%. They say to get 6.9% you need a credit score of 740 or better and I'm working on that. I'm almost there, maybe I am there already.

So far so good, they are pretty cool, the best Credit Union I ever joined. I also have join Texas Tech FCU but rarely used their services..

 

 

 


 

What were your scores when you got the $3K limit?  I've got a 10K with PenFed and with Citi, plus others.  They have my car loan at 4.95%. 
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Re: Experience with UFCU in TX?

I may tell my daughter about this CU.

 

Which CR do they pull?

 

 

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I may tell my daughter about this CU.

 

Which CR do they pull?

 

 


 

They pulled EQ in Arizona.  They give great customer service, and they are available 24/7.  I've had cars financed through them for almost four years.  UFCU.org. 
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Thanks for the info as I've been looking for maybe a 2nd CU to add onto my NFCU membership. 

 

Can you tell me where you found the info about what rate you would pay for what FICO score?  I see the loan rates talk about excellent, good, fair, etc credit but I can't find what scores fit into each category.

 

 

 

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Re: Experience with UFCU in TX?

If you rest your mouse above the explanations, it will give a description.  When I called, the CSR told me that 740 or above is excellent credit, 680+ is good credit, and anything below 680 falls into the other ranges.  They refi'd my 17.5% car loan to 11.5% a few years ago, then dropped me to 4.95% in 2008. 
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