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Re: What is the best Visa and best Mastercard

They do hard to open a savings account I wouldn't bother if you are not interest in any other products.  The first hard inwuiry will be used to qualify you fr an products applied for within 90 days and each time you apply for a new product after that 90 days, the clock strts over.  I like that aspect as you don't have toworry about multiple inqs n your reports.
 
Had I known this when I app'd I would have had a laundry list and a plan:smileyvery-happy:
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Re: What is the best Visa and best Mastercard



concorduser wrote:
Does penfed do a hard when we open the savings account? Another credit union when I joined they did a hard just to open the savings account.





Yeah, I think someone said they did.

Wouldn't surprise me, you wouldn't want deadbeats joining the credit union, right?
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