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Re: any CU similar to nfcu?

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They only pull EX and my fico with experian is 704... You get the EX fico for having a relationship with them

Here's a big post on them,...you just need proof of income out of state...they're not a huge bank but they're generally easy to get cards with...they gave me my first over 1800
limit.
http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Credit-Cards/Yes-you-too-can-join-PSECU-and-find-out-your-EX-FICO-sc...
Wallet: Barclay-5k, Citadel MC- 5k, Slate- 4k, Freedom- 3k, BOA- 3k, Citi- 2k, AMEXBCE- 2k and more...
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Re: any CU similar to nfcu?

Oh, I'm not sure what exact EX is. I believe its around 600. So they offer an ex fico?
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I am starting a new job on Monday so I don't have a pay stub just yet...maybe I should wait.
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Yup. 600 maybe too low, but you can always try
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I heard CP Federal CU is pretty easy and bk friendly.  I think your score might get approved. recently, I got approved for $15K at 6.25% They pulled EQ.

 

 

 

http://www.cpfederal.com/personal/visa-credit-cards.html

 

 

PSECU doesn't allow anyone live outside PA to join. They change their policy many years ago. 

 

 

Ron.

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Re: any CU similar to nfcu?

Do I need to be a member first? Btw if it makes a difference I am in Utah.
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And how do you know which card to app for?
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jdirilo wrote:
Do I need to be a member first? Btw if it makes a difference I am in Utah.

Yes, you need to be a member first.  I applied online.  They check chexsystem to open membership. Make sure you don't have any negative on your Chexsystem. They are a very good cu.  I joined thru Sams Club membership. 

 

 

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Re: any CU similar to nfcu?

I don't. Or shouldnt anyway!

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