03-22-2013 06:09 AM
Currently belong to DCU and Affinity Plus (MN) but looking for one more just in case. Also, ones that preferably pull EX or TU due to a collection on my EQ. Searched some on the forum from a few years back but just wanted to see what's going on now. Thank you for the help!
03-22-2013 06:12 AM
Abco was one I was looking at but I'm not sure who they pull and how lenient their lending is.
03-22-2013 06:55 AM
also not eligible for NFCU ... I was thinking of holding off on Penfed for now with a collection on EQ from 2008. Thank you though for the mention I'll definitely look their way in the future.
03-22-2013 07:56 AM
Do you have direct deposit with your current CUs? I only ask because if I didn't have DD and maintain a certain balance at my CU, I'd be hit with monthly maintenance and minimum balance fees.
03-22-2013 08:09 AM
PenFed pulled EQ for me last week though.
03-22-2013 08:21 AM
I think Alliant generally pulls EQ. I could be wrong though.
Just have DD with my local bank Wells Fargo right now and also avoid fees. They've been pretty good to me and are right in town if I need to stop in. The credit unions I belong to have branches a few towns over if I decided I wanted to switch.
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