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question on app'ing for another NFCU card...

I just applied and was approved for the cash rewards visa with NCFU, I was thinking of app'ing for the nrewards now. I have a 690 and a few HP's this year (3 i think). Think its worth trying to apply? Thanks!


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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...

What limit did they give you?

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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...

10k, good enough!

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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...

Great CL!!

I am sure you will have no problem getting a 2nd if you want it. 

It will be another HP.

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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...

Woohoo, thanks!

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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...


dodfire wrote:

Great CL!!

I am sure you will have no problem getting a 2nd if you want it. 

It will be another HP.


Hey, how do you have 3 USAA cards? I was told the maximum was 2.

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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...

Ok so I pulled the trigger and applied! Patiently waiting...or not so patiently waiting lol. If I get this card I am headed to the garden!

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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...

Just curious.  Did you get the card?  I also just got approved for the rewards visa and was thinking about applying for the nrewards.

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Re: question on app'ing for another NFCU card...


romey050500 wrote:

dodfire wrote:

Great CL!!

I am sure you will have no problem getting a 2nd if you want it. 

It will be another HP.


Hey, how do you have 3 USAA cards? I was told the maximum was 2.


Im not sure ??? Maybe because the USAA AMEX is a secured card from back when I could not get approved for an unsecured? Maybe that does not count against the 2 that you speak of??

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