11-06-2007 08:42 AM
You are eligible for JFCU membership if you join the National Sheriff's Association for a nominal fee...I forget how much at the moment, but I think it's around $35 for the first year (don't have to renew after that). Haven't done this myself since I'm done apping for 12 mos, but have seen many posts about it.
Creditaddict wrote:Who do you know?? or can anyone join?
11-06-2007 11:23 AM
Wonderful! So please tell me, are you going to come up for air and let your crappy cards cool off and die? This will put you in the big leagues now.
ashabbir1 wrote:I got approved for JFCU with 10,000 dollars and the guy I talked to he told me that if I need more credit limit he can increase it.
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