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PSECU

I submitted an application with PSECU recently. I was just wondering if any out of state residents have had any luck with recent applications. It is my understanding that they recently adjusted their membership criteria to make it more difficult for out of state applicants to be approved. I should be fine credit wise ( 6 yrs AAOA, no lates or derogs, no recent inquiries or new accounts in 12 months, 785 EQ FICO 755 TU FICO 740 EX FAKO) but being that I don't reside in PA, I am a bit nervous. I qualify as a member of AHA (I work in medicine). Any comments on the matter are welcome! Thanks

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Re: PSECU

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Nevermind. They just cancelled my app for being an out of state resident. What a waste an inquiry

 

Update: No Inquiry Pulled

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