07-29-2008 10:52 AM
Today I applied and was accepted as a member to Navy Federal CU. One of the main reasons that I applied is because I have heard that they have the best customer service and they treat their members’ right. I also heard that they only pull from EQ. Here is my question. My current EQ score is 601. As if last week, I have a three baddies excluding a couple of student loans that have been refinanced (fall off 03/08), but still showing up until early next year. Should I apply now or wait till my score increase before I apply for one of their unsecured cards? I already have a CC with my CU with a limit of $3000 (8%util) and no other revolving credit.
Thanks in advance for you advice!!!
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07-29-2008 01:36 PM
Miss1975 wrote:Do I have to become a member to get a cc or loc with NFCU?
07-29-2008 01:37 PM
07-29-2008 01:47 PM
Miss1975 wrote:Do I have to become a member to get a cc or loc with NFCU?Yes. NFCU has very explicit membership requirements, and you have to be a member to apply for any of its products. If you have a way "in", NFCU is definitely worth it.
07-29-2008 04:17 PM
yawn1419 wrote:Hey guys thanks for all the good information, I think that I am going to "roll the dice" and apply. Wish me luck!!
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