08-29-2009 11:32 AM
hi everyone this is my first time..
i have a bk discharged in july 09. i want to go secured cc, does anyone know anything dcu secured visa?
Welcome to the forums!
I assume you mean Digital Credit Union:
When was your BK filed? Are you a member? Have you called them and asked if you are eligible for their secured card?
08-29-2009 02:03 PM
no not yet. i did call for the reqiurements,but all they will tell me was to do an app.
I would look at this institution. Of all the secured cards out there, I see many positives regarding this one that others do not have.
08-29-2009 06:19 PM
1 The worst CU is better than the best bank.
2. DCU is known for
a. being very disorganized
b. snatching back their offers
3. There are plenty of CU's which offer secured cards.
09-25-2009 09:55 PM
I know I'm sorta on the late freight but I've been a DCU customer for nearly 10 years. I've had many loans with them. Personal, car and was even pre-approved for a mortgage loan but decided not to buy a home back in 07'.
They are an excellent CU. Better than most with a lot of benefits that even most other CU's don't offer.
I personally have never known them to be disorganized or the other things you said.
I won't bank with anyone else.
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