08-28-2007 09:01 AM
08-28-2007 11:49 AM
I was instantly approved at Navy Federal CU and instantly denied at PenFed CU. Hope that helps.
WBLAKE wrote:Good Afternoon,Do either of the Credit Unions mentioned above have instant approval?WBLAKE
08-28-2007 12:33 PM
08-28-2007 12:38 PM
I am ex-navy, so I qualified for NFCU, but had to join an organization for PenFed. Cost $20.00, don't even remember what the name of it was. It is on their site.
WBLAKE wrote:Did you have join a qualifying organization? Do they pull EQ?
08-28-2007 12:39 PM
Yes, they both pulled EQ on me and my score was 637 at the time.
WBLAKE wrote:And what were your scores? My EQ is 635.
08-28-2007 01:35 PM
08-28-2007 01:40 PM
WBLAKE wrote:is there a qualifying organization that I can join that will qualify me for the NFCU?
Not that I am aware of. The following is their list of eligibility. See if you fit into any of the categories. A relative of a member maybe?
Navy Federal's Field of Membership is determined by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). If you are in any of these categories, you are eligible to join.
Once your family members have joined, they can extend the membership opportunity to their family members, too.
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