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Re: Navy Federal

capt... Join now I waited until I separated from military and I no longer qualified luckily my father was retired so I was able to join  

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Re: Navy Federal

I joined and I love it. free checking, savings, credit card and LOC....if they were an approved lender for USDA I would be getting a mortgage....as soon as I am in my new home, I will be refinancing my auto loan through NFCU as well. 

 

Join the family while you can. No reason not to.



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Re: Navy Federal

+1

 

Join them when you can! They are awesome!

USAA is another fantastic one. I am a member of both. :smileywink:

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Re: Navy Federal

My first statement for my cash rewards card just cut. How you pay the bill? I only have a savings account open. So far as I can tell I'll have to make a deposit into savings, wait for it to clear, then pay the bill. Seems like a long process. Is there a way to pay using another CU account?

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Re: Navy Federal


JediNeo wrote:

My first statement for my cash rewards card just cut. How you pay the bill? I only have a savings account open. So far as I can tell I'll have to make a deposit into savings, wait for it to clear, then pay the bill. Seems like a long process. Is there a way to pay using another CU account?


Use the bill pay at your other bank or cu and pay it like any other credit card... Do you use bill pay currently or I might be able to give you more steps to help?

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Re: Navy Federal


Creditaddict wrote:

JediNeo wrote:

My first statement for my cash rewards card just cut. How you pay the bill? I only have a savings account open. So far as I can tell I'll have to make a deposit into savings, wait for it to clear, then pay the bill. Seems like a long process. Is there a way to pay using another CU account?


Use the bill pay at your other bank or cu and pay it like any other credit card... Do you use bill pay currently or I might be able to give you more steps to help?


I've never used the bill pay option before.any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

NFCU Cash Rewards $14,000 | AMEX TE $12,400 | Sallie Mae $7,500 | WalMart MC $7,500 | Target Red Visa $6,000 | America Discount Tire $700

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Re: Navy Federal

JediNeo, I just transfer a payment from my external bank I used to set up accts to my credit card. Posts in 1 day. Look under Transfers then From External Bank. Real easy.

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Re: Navy Federal


baller4life wrote:
JediNeo, I just transfer a payment from my external bank I used to set up accts to my credit card. Posts in 1 day. Look under Transfers then From External Bank. Real easy.

Thanks. I looked at transfer option from my bank and there's a fee based on how much you transfer to an external bank. Minimum fee is $2.50. I think I figured out the bill pay option to pay my NFCU account. Thanks for the help everyone.

NFCU Cash Rewards $14,000 | AMEX TE $12,400 | Sallie Mae $7,500 | WalMart MC $7,500 | Target Red Visa $6,000 | America Discount Tire $700

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Re: Navy Federal

If you initiate it from Navy Fed it's free. If you open your account with them online, your external bank is already set up. If not you will have to set it up. Either way works. Pull an ACH payment from the Navy Fed website or push one to Navy Fed from your bank.

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Re: Navy Federal

Which bank do you do your checking with?

You are going to fall in love with Bill Pay once you get your bills set up in it and use it just a couple times to be comfortable with it!!

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Highest Limit: Navy Federal Cash Sigi Visa $50k (AU)
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