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Re: NFCU Membership


myjourney wrote:

Irisa wrote:

I think I just found part of my family in here :smileywink:


Told you I would keep an eye on you today LOL

Back to the garden


 LOL

I'm being good. This is an innocent family reunion :smileytongue:


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I'm tempted to apply but my dad passed away in 04' but never retired from the military would i still get a chance? I know im good for it. put me in coach!!!!! :smileyindifferent:

 

Don't mind me.....Drank to much Coca Cola today. :smileyembarrassed:

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Re: NFCU Membership


DaBears wrote:

I'm tempted to apply but my dad passed away in 04' but never retired from the military would i still get a chance? I know im good for it. put me in coach!!!!! :smileyindifferent:

 

Don't mind me.....Drank to much Coca Cola today. :smileyembarrassed:


Sorry to hear about your dad passing. It never hurts to call and ask. Or, they have a membership eligibility wizard. I served in the army for 6 years but never joined when I was in. Luckily, I am now in Afghanistan as a civilian contractor so that made me eligable. If you want to join, get a job on a military installation, join NFCU, and then quit, lol

 

@Shogun   It seems that the more people that say they are NFCU members, the less you value your own son (*cough* me *cough*)




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I missed my chance to join... didn't have the internet, didn't know any better :smileysad:

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Volpes wrote:

I missed my chance to join... didn't have the internet, didn't know any better :smileysad:


Sorry to hear that. If i didn't have this forum, I wouldn't have known either. 




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I asked every family member, not one acceptance. They do notmknow what they are missing. Fools
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