01-06-2013 05:23 PM
I'm thinking about applying next week for one of their CC's. What would you do. Apply in person or online? I have to go in anyways. Does it even matter? This is for NFCU.
01-06-2013 05:27 PM
The girl that helped me open my acct was really nice and just doing her job. She was also the loan officer. I'm sure she handles the CC's too.
01-06-2013 06:11 PM
If she HOT then go for it
Come in store and see her.
01-06-2013 06:14 PM
Lol yes she was hot. That wouldn't be the reason. If only i were single. Just wondering if its better to deal with a real person verses a computer when applying with them?
01-06-2013 06:17 PM
It would be the same result thou.....if you credit file look perfect.
Sometime they need to verify some information on your credit report and confirm who you said are......most of the time 5 7 days message for that specific reason.
I would come to store and see that hot chick again.
Oh yeah tell her i said hi too.
01-06-2013 06:23 PM
If they were that close to me I'd be walking in their office immediately! It's something about that face to face contact that does make a difference IMO. Plus if there is some sort of hiccup with setting up your account or applying for a CC then you can get it cleared up at that moment instead of waiting. Funny though, everything I just said was done professionally and quickly on the phone as well.
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