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Duncanrr
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Re: Which NFCU to app for?

I've budgeted 12k push per yr for this card. I don't need them all but will pull trigger for Navcheck after refi.

Should I send in copies of paystubs before apping? I get new one tomorrow.


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distantarray
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Registered: ‎09-25-2011
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Re: Which NFCU to app for?


Duncanrr wrote:
I've budgeted 12k push per yr for this card. I don't need them all but will pull trigger for Navcheck after refi.

Should I send in copies of paystubs before apping? I get new one tomorrow.

if your going to push that much you'll do fine with the 2% back on this. If you miss your quota get a cash rewards imo

 

Remember Annual fees are fine if you use the card, if not it's a waste. I decided to change my Rewards card through Navy to Platinum for the insanely low interest rates, this way it's my to go card incase I max out my other cards or get in trouble with accounts like Chase or Amex. Balance transfer CITY!!!!!


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