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citi buys Wacovia whats next?

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Re: citi buys Wacovia whats next?

If you are CU averse for some reason (can't think of any good ones except for cross-collateralization), there are many performing regional banks left, such as BB&T, Suntrust, and First National Bank of Omaha.
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Re: citi buys Wacovia whats next?

Suntrust looks good to me, and since they're all over the place where I live now (as opposed to Wachovia's 2 atms) I may switch to them. My student loan is also with them, FWIW. Anyone have any pros/cons?
 
I tried to see the interest rates on their checking and savings, but the link isn't working.
 
The only CU I qualify for locally has crappy interest rates. Smiley Sad
FAKO TU: 730 (Too poor to check the real scores these days!)
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Re: citi buys Wacovia whats next?

Try http://creditunionaccess.com/

Also, you can join Patelco, Penfed, and Agriculture, amongst many others without having to live or work in a certain place.
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Re: citi buys Wacovia whats next?

well I deal with CITI for auto loan and personal loans
Wamu is now with Chase so only one I am not tied to is BOA
 
As long as my local credit union monies are secured I am just going to relax my mortgage is with Wells Fargo no talk about them yet--WHEW!!
I want to join the 700 club one day I am getting there Smiley Wink
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FICOS 01/18/07 EQ-594 EX-651 and TU-662 FICOS
04/21/2008 TU-680 EQ-613 EX-688