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Let me know how this all works out. I am very interested.

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I'd go for anything PSECU offered...just to get that EX FICO!!!!  :smileywink:



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Re: PSECU

 


BungalowMo wrote:

I'd go for anything PSECU offered...just to get that EX FICO!!!!  :smileywink:


It's highly overrated :smileytongue:  My score has been the same for the last 7 months :smileysad:

 

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My score has changed with changes I have made to my credit profile, so I wouldn't agree that the free score is overrated.

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UPDATE:      PSECU called today and asked me to fax over address verification (coz i moved) - I asked PSECU if my credit was checked and was told yes.  I also asked, after the address verification is reviewed what's the next step?  Rep stated the account will then be reviewed for any products that I might be qualified for.......Will C

 

I'll keep you all updated.................................

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UPDATE: PSECU (APPROVED)

Spoke with PSECU just now............APPROVED!  - Welcome kit on the way......SWEET!

 

States, I can call in a few hours and apply for visa, loc - or I can just wait for my membership letter

 

This is GREAT!

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Re: UPDATE: PSECU (APPROVED)

Approved for the bank account, or the credit card?

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Re: UPDATE: PSECU (APPROVED)

Do you have to be a resident of PA to open new accounts or app for CCs with PSECU?

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Re: UPDATE: PSECU (APPROVED)

Hello i qualified through an employer-and I live outside the state of PA.

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Re: UPDATE: PSECU (APPROVED)

Applied for the Visa (10K) and Line of Credit (10K), had to fax over DL-

Will let you know if im approved..............

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