Few days ago I post that I got approve for the first credit card on my record and so I saw about the navcheck and decide to apply for it but I tought it was like a personal loan so by mistake a app for a personal loan of 1000 $ was given the conditional approval so I fax documents and today its on my accounts page. So after that I still decide to app for a navchek so I ask a CSR about it n she say the name is line of overdraft or something like that not navcheck she said that I could try n app for it I said well try on n so I got approve again for 500 line of overdraft or something like im just waiting for my documents on the mail withing a few weeks and done she said it would be available on the account on Tuesday since holyday and all. I'm so happy NFCU WILL BE MY CREDIT UNION FOR RLTHE REST OF MY LIFE LOVE THEM
Hey, quick question...everyone talks of this NavCheck...how is their overdraft any different than the overdraft from say...US Bank?
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Because i can write checks from the loc and not empty my account. You can use it just like a cash credit card. Or transfer your checking balance to your savings use your check card and buy your big purchase and then transfer your cash back to checking. You don't have to overdraft to use it. No fee's either if you do over draw your account
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