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Re: Navy Federal cash rewards visa

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SisterGirl wrote:

I was recently approved for the same card & decided to visit the local branch on yesterday. I was blown away by the genuine feeling of appreciation from the client services rep whom activated my check card, and also asked if I needed temporary checks (I fogot to ask, but I''m glad she was on her game) to the teller that completed my first deposit for my accounts. Although I'm not one that you will see at the locations very much because most of my actions are online, I will make certain that when I'm in the area to stop by with a cheerful hello !





I just signed up and went to the branch yesterdayfor my first deposit.  I'm looking forward to working with them.  I wonder how they are with first time homebuyers.

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