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Randolph Brooks FCU

Has anyone had any experience with RBFCU? Do they ask for paystubs with a 740 Credit Score.

 

I am considering doing an auto-refi with them. Thanks.

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Re: Randolph Brooks FCU

I think they are a pretty good CU. I don't have any experience with them, but I heard they have pretty good loan rates. Ron is a member and im sure he'll chime in once he sees this thread. As far as if they check pay stubs or not, im not sure. Don't think it matters what score you have.

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We are members and it's about a 70%possible chance that they will ask unless you have direct deposit with them
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Re: Randolph Brooks FCU


MrCredit wrote:

Has anyone had any experience with RBFCU? Do they ask for paystubs with a 740 Credit Score.

 

I am considering doing an auto-refi with them. Thanks.


I joined RBFCU three years ago and they're are a good credit union. I like them  and they're very easy to work with. Yes, they do required paystub for credit card and overdraft LOC.  I faxed my paystub to them. I needed to the branch to sign the papers. Recently, they mailed me 1.99% auto loan pre-approval. They pulled TU for credit products. By the way, you need to live in San Antonio, Austin to qualify for the membership. 

 

 

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Datx wrote:

I think they are a pretty good CU. I don't have any experience with them, but I heard they have pretty good loan rates. Ron is a member and im sure he'll chime in once he sees this thread. As far as if they check pay stubs or not, im not sure. Don't think it matters what score you have.


Firstmark is similar to RBFCU and they also required paytsub for credit products.  They're also very good.

 

 

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