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Let me get his right........

You first have to join with a membership at CCCU? Then open an account (cking, savings, etc). If this is correct, how long before you can apply for their CC or can you do that all at the same time?  Just getting up the courage...................... :smileyvery-happy:
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FICOS 02/03/2013, TU -798, EQ - 805 ( Last known EX -812)
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Re: Let me get his right........

If you are approved for a credit card with them you become a member.  DH was approved for $500 and the first transaction was for $5 from CCCU to become a credit union member.  They are an awesome company ~ they really work with you and help you.
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Re: Let me get his right........

Thanks.
Sustaining Change takes Support and Reinforcement !

FICOS 02/03/2013, TU -798, EQ - 805 ( Last known EX -812)
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