10-11-2012 09:09 AM
Question...was looking on NFCU and decided to click on the OFFER tab.....low and behold there was a listing for nRewards (I have the CashRewards already). Does this mean NFCU is offereing me a nRewards card? It doesnt say much but "GET DISCOUNTS with your Navy Federal VISA cc" or is it just a list of retailers I can get discounts from?
Just asking not going to pull the trigger if it is....still Gardening nd waiting for that LOC app in March (after 6months or gardening)
10-11-2012 11:52 AM
10-11-2012 11:55 AM
Anyone know where you can apply for a GREAT Credit Union good credit limit without being a member ?????
10-11-2012 12:00 PM
You could probably get the nRewards card if you wanted it... I personally wouldn't want it, as the cash card is way better. If you want an additional card and LOC, you should app now. No point in waiting.
+1 I was about to but I just got the refi and cashRewards so I was planning on waiting till the cashRewards garden'd. Im a little scared I must admit. I was approved in 2 months for 4 lines of credit and dont want to push it. I had opt'd out for pre-approvals but when I read the threads for VS. I opt'd back in you cant go wrong with that lol
I just got my PSCEU EX Fico which I am planning on app'g for their PSL/Visa soon too....
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