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Re: Two Credit Cards Through NFCU

Their optional line of credit, shown as a credit card on the credit report

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Re: Two Credit Cards Through NFCU

optional line of credit? so it's not a credit card? can you explain more?


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Re: Two Credit Cards Through NFCU

does anyone know if NFCU offers a World MC??

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Re: Two Credit Cards Through NFCU


distantarray wrote:

optional line of credit? so it's not a credit card? can you explain more?


You can get checks issued from it and use the checks for what you need. Basically it is a revolving LOC that can be used in place of a personal loan.

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Sparkz1920 wrote:
Maybe I should try the love button...they'll probably tell me no as I don't use it and when I did use it, I barely charged 500 on it

I know BOA denied me an increase because they said I don't use what I got and my baddies on TU...

This is funny.  a person gets denied when they don't use it enough and they get denied when they use it too much because of high utilization.....lol:smileyfrustrated:

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Re: Two Credit Cards Through NFCU

so basically I can use it like cash advances? any idea on what the interests look like?

 

I just got approved 2 days ago for GoRewards @  $17,000 limit with 7.24% apr


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