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NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Just read on Facebook and CB that NFCU has closed off new memberships through Navy League of San Diego.  More than a few people commented that they were denied membership this week via that route.

 

Dang -- I was going to do this next week!  Oh well.

 

Anyone get a denial this week for membership?

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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Wow, thanks for the alert. I really appreciate that they opened up for vets but happy for those who were able to get in via this methodSmiley Happy
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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Yuk!!...but thanks for the info....Smiley Happy

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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Honestly, I was wondering when that hammer was going to fall. When I joined in 2002, you had to be related to an active military member.


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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

I am amazed! Not that NFCU may have changed their backdoor but that they did so *after* I got through it rather than right before I tried. Smiley Happy


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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Blast, I waited too long. Oh well. I still have Justice FCU and Apple FCU, both rebuilder-friendly from what I hear (especially Apple) and both local to me to apply to, and I have my longstanding Penfed relationship. As I have just learned that my EX FICO has jumped 13 points from 662 to 675, I feel reasonably optimistic that by the time I come out of the garden in the fall I'll be in good shape to get a CC from one or more of those three.

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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

I'm not seeing that on FB. Where us it?
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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Go to the Navy League of San Diego's page.  And some credit rebuilding groups, not sure if they're public or private.

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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Can you share the link? Because I'm still not seeing anything about it.
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Re: NFCU Navy Fed no longer allowing new membership through Navy League of San Diego?

Never mind, baller4life shared a screenshot.

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