08-22-2012 08:03 AM
08-22-2012 08:11 AM
Just call them and tell them that you were conditionally approved. I was "conditionally approved" too but never got any email, text message or phone call. In my case, it meant that they needed to verify income. Once they did that, they mailed me the loan papers and I signed them and faxed them back in. Withing 2 days of me faxing the signed papers back, the NavCheck showed up under my accounts. Congrats!!
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08-22-2012 12:42 PM
Jordan lots of good advice coming from the board look at the signature Navyfed it's always up ther with high limits.
someday i will have the same signature like Crashem
That is an awesome goal...unfortunately I don't really see myself being able to get a Palladium with that kind of limit. Oh, to dream tho...
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