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Re: Question for all you NFCU experts.


09Lexie wrote:
@DigitalArk

There have been posts of people being able to join through deceased veterans. I believe you are the first IIRC that joined as using an 'in law' as a sibling.

What's IIRC? :smileysurprised:


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Re: Question for all you NFCU experts.

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Re: Question for all you NFCU experts.


09Lexie wrote:
IIRC = if I recall correctly

Thanks! :smileyvery-happy:


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Re: Question for all you NFCU experts.

I joined through my retired navy deceased grandfather. Rep said it doesn't matter that he is no longer with us it mattered that he retired as a navy officer. So check if your grandfathers retired. If you have access to ancestry.com you can see military service records on there. Just an FYI


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Re: Question for all you NFCU experts.

same as above, retired navy grandfather who passed in 08. Already sporting 35k in new credit from NFCU, and a csr told me to apply for the rewards card next. its worth making happen!

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