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Trying to achieve a good credit mix

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Re: Trying to achieve a good credit mix

Yeah, that's why I asked about PA residency, I do not know much about DCU.

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Re: Trying to achieve a good credit mix


jd5189 wrote:

Yeah, that's why I asked about PA residency, I do not know much about DCU.


They are primarily based in MA and NH. Not 100% sure, but I don't think that there is a state residency requirement to join.

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Re: Trying to achieve a good credit mix


OptimasPrime wrote:

jd5189 wrote:

Yeah, that's why I asked about PA residency, I do not know much about DCU.


They are primarily based in MA and NH. Not 100% sure, but I don't think that there is a state residency requirement to join.


No residency requirement for DCU.  I am in CA and joined and opened a $10k credit card there last month

 

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