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Yeah I looked thru the list and at first (long) glance I couldn't find anything else that worked.

 

Of course I could completely legitimatize myself by having my sister (as mother) join and then me as brother, or my parents (as grandparents) and then me as son. (Since I got my sister to app for a PenFed card and she got rejected as one of those too upscale for PenFed's profile - FICO high achiever with way too much available unsecured credit - I think I would have to go with my parents.)

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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

Yeah I looked thru the list and at first (long) glance I couldn't find anything else that worked.

 

Of course I could completely legitimatize myself by having my sister (as mother) join and then me as brother, or my parents (as grandparents) and then me as son. (Since I got my sister to app for a PenFed card and she got rejected as one of those too upscale for PenFed's profile - FICO high achiever with way too much available unsecured credit - I think I would have to go with my parents.)


Your sister doesn't have to be a member for you to join with her affiliation, she just has to be eligible for membership...

I qualified through my mom who retired as a PA school teacher, but she is not a member.

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itsjustmeibe wrote:

creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

Yeah I looked thru the list and at first (long) glance I couldn't find anything else that worked.

 

Of course I could completely legitimatize myself by having my sister (as mother) join and then me as brother, or my parents (as grandparents) and then me as son. (Since I got my sister to app for a PenFed card and she got rejected as one of those too upscale for PenFed's profile - FICO high achiever with way too much available unsecured credit - I think I would have to go with my parents.)


Your sister doesn't have to be a member for you to join with her affiliation, she just has to be eligible for membership...

I qualified through my mom who retired as a PA school teacher, but she is not a member.


 

This would be affiliation once removed. My niece is the qualified one, not my sister.

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