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The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

I was able to get in with a family member sponsoring me. And I opened a checking, savings and CC. They gave my highest limit to date 15,900! So after seeing all these security team issues people had I was worried about that happening to me and some how losing the account. Today I got a call from Navy Fed and was like Oh hell here it goes.

But, it turns out it was a new account advisor who wanted to go over all the features and things they offered. He also told me that even though my cousin and I live together now, once a member always a member. Even once I move away. That's a relief because I was worried about that.

Hopefully I'm out of the woods with the whole verification. Not that it would be a huge deal. I just didn't want the hassle or them somehow saying I was eligible.

But, I did see that question asked. And according to dude who called me. Once a member, always a member.
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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

Big congratulations!


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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

Congrats!Smiley Happy

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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

Wow, that's awesome. Congrats!

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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

Congrats! I've been with NFCU since I was 12 years old!

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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

Yeah most CU's are once you're in ...you're in

In rare cases and only after a canceled membership seeking re-entry have I ever heard of a CU

that didn't have a once a member always a member policy.

 

Once you become a member or 'owner' that's why it's called a SHARE (as in stock) you're good...always tell folks that $5 or $10

is your 'buy-in'......and it doesn't make sense to ever 'close' a CU account, just leave the freaking $5 bucks in the 'share savings'

why 'kill' the relationship vs letting $5 stay in an account?

 

 

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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

So why the title?

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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.


FutCRNA wrote:

So why the title?


TeaserSmiley Wink

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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.

Congrats on your membership as well as your CC approval!

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Re: The dreaded call from Navy Fed after opening a new account.


FutCRNA wrote:

So why the title?


clickbait! Smiley Tongue

 

made me click and congrats the OP! lolz

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