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Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?

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Re: Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?

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Re: Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?

Well...this thread piqued my interest so I decided to join NFCU.  I called and a pleasant CSR took all the relevant information, then informed me of my Access Number, temporary user name, and temporary password.  As she was wrapping up I accidentally hit a button on my laptop (I was using Google Hangouts to call from my laptop) and disconnected the call.  Not wanting to appear rude I called back, and another CSR looked over my account and said everything appeared good to go.  Then she said I will receive a paper application in the mail to fill out and return to them. Is that standard procedure for a phone application?

 

I've logged in to the account and changed my username and password but before I start transferring more than just the minimum deposit I'd like to know if the app process is complete.  I don't plan on applying for any credit products right now; just maintain a savings account for the next few months.





Message 32 of 37
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Re: Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?


@MaizeandBlue wrote:

Well...this thread piqued my interest so I decided to join NFCU.  I called and a pleasant CSR took all the relevant information, then informed me of my Access Number, temporary user name, and temporary password.  As she was wrapping up I accidentally hit a button on my laptop (I was using Google Hangouts to call from my laptop) and disconnected the call.  Not wanting to appear rude I called back, and another CSR looked over my account and said everything appeared good to go.  Then she said I will receive a paper application in the mail to fill out and return to them. Is that standard procedure for a phone application?

 

I've logged in to the account and changed my username and password but before I start transferring more than just the minimum deposit I'd like to know if the app process is complete.  I don't plan on applying for any credit products right now; just maintain a savings account for the next few months.

 

I never had to fill out a paper application? I did have to send back the "signature" sheet that they mailed to me.

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Message 33 of 37
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Re: Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?

Thanks...perhaps the CSR was referring to the signature card when she mentioned a paper application.

 


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I never had to fill out a paper application? I did have to send back the "signature" sheet that they mailed to me.


 





Message 34 of 37
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Re: Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?

Thats probably it, there is the signature card and benificiary information to be filled out.

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Message 35 of 37
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Re: Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?

Another question Smiley Happy How long  before I get some official confirmation of membership like a welcom email or welcome package in the mail?  I'm reluctant to make any financial moves without such confirmation.  Thanks.

 

 





Message 36 of 37
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Re: Applying to NFCU through deceased family member?

Never mind; got the answer to my question Smiley Very Happy

 

Received a "Welcome to the Navy Federal Family" email about a minute ago so I feel much more comfortable about initiating financial transactions now.





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