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Good idea or bad?

Toying with the idea of sending in my income verification to USAA and Navy Fed before asking for cli and new cards.  The reason I'm thinking about this is my credit report basically says I am retired military and I currently have two part time jobs--trying to enhance chances--thoughts?

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Re: Good idea or bad?

If they do not ask, do not send it in. If they ask, then yes...you will need to provide verification.

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Re: Good idea or bad?


coachmiff wrote:

Toying with the idea of sending in my income verification to USAA and Navy Fed before asking for cli and new cards.  The reason I'm thinking about this is my credit report basically says I am retired military and I currently have two part time jobs--trying to enhance chances--thoughts?


Honestly, I would make sure you have the actual/accurate income numbers updated in their computer system before you request a CLI. If they ask for verification...then I would go ahead with it. Good Luck!

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