01-04-2008 08:34 AM
01-04-2008 08:49 AM
Will NASA FCU pull a credit report to open account and then pull another one to apply for the CC? It seems that way in the disclosure that I was just reading on the website.
I understand that by executing the "Proceed" button below, I authorize NASA Federal Credit Union to check my Credit Bureau record and other data sources to authenticate my identity and to verify my credit, employment and income references. If there is a joint owner on this account, the joint owner has authorized the submission of this application. I understand that additional information may be requested to complete this application and my membership eligibility must be verified before my membership is opened. I agree to make a deposit of at least $5 to open my Savings account.
Does anyone know if they will use the same INQ for the CC? Can you apply for the CC at the very same time that you apply for membership?
01-04-2008 08:59 AM
01-04-2008 09:17 AM
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