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NFCU and law enforcement *** UPDATE 1/9/19

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Re: NFCU and law enforcement


@AverageJoesCredit wrote:
Yes, i was checking Navy online and it references DoD, Department of Defense . Id imagine alot of that would be those civilians who worked or works on Military installations. Number one source recommended would always be directly from the sourceSmiley Happy

ya was kicking myself use to work as a civilian contractor for the DOD at the pentagon little did i know about credit those days or would of joined long long ago Smiley Happy.  Thank gosh for me San Diego chapter was around for awhile before they shut it down.  

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Re: NFCU and law enforcement

Joe

Thank you for the suggestion of calling them.  I did an online chat but they only text me back with the same info I saw on line.  So yes, I will call them directly.  Also, thank you for the kind words, it's appreciated. I was just doing a job I enjoyed.  Everyone has a nich in life and all jobs are important, no matter what it is.  If I decide to go for it, I will definitely report back to let everyone know what happened.  I know this will help others in the future.

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Thank you, Hotrod... that was very nice of you to say.  I thank you for your service to our communities as well.  Your years of hard work and dedication is much appreciated.   My husband is just 3 years from retirement, and I'm looking forward to it.  Policing is much different today, than it was when my husband pursued his passion almost 30 years ago.   I have a peace of mind knowing he is in the office a majority of his work days.  We just attended the 4th funeral in a years time for a fallen officer.   We've lost 3 of our own officers, on duty,  in the past 15 years.

Very sad.. So, again, thank you for your many years of doing what you loved.  

 

If I were you (certainly can't hurt,) I would give NFCU a call and ask them directly about being qualified.  You'd think they would recognize the benefit of having you as a member.   Good Luck to you!

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Thank you, Peekaboo.... My son was the baby and has been living in another state since April 2018.  He's doing very well, but I haven't quite acclimated to not seeing him every.single.day..... Smiley Sad.  Very proud of him though.  If I were a guessing girl, I would guess you work in and ICU... lol.....   L & D is my calling.... 

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@Sadie5150 wrote:

Thank you, Hotrod... that was very nice of you to say.  I thank you for your service to our communities as well.  Your years of hard work and dedication is much appreciated.   My husband is just 3 years from retirement, and I'm looking forward to it.  Policing is much different today, than it was when my husband pursued his passion almost 30 years ago.   I have a peace of mind knowing he is in the office a majority of his work days.  We just attended the 4th funeral in a years time for a fallen officer.   We've lost 3 of our own officers, on duty,  in the past 15 years.

Very sad.. So, again, thank you for your many years of doing what you loved.  

 

If I were you (certainly can't hurt,) I would give NFCU a call and ask them directly about being qualified.  You'd think they would recognize the benefit of having you as a member.   Good Luck to you!


Thank you Sadie for the kind words.  I know you are both looking forward to many years of a well deserved retirement.  You are right,  being in law enforcement today is very difficult.  I too am saddened every time I hear about a fallen officer.  It saddens me to think about the families,  especially the young children,  who will never see their mom or dad again.  Well,  as far as NFCU goes,  I called them last night and I have an update for the  forum which I will do in my original post.  Thanks again for your time and input.  My best to you and your husband.

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Re: NFCU and law enforcement *** UPDATE 1/9/19

Thank you for the update imhotrodcrazy. Sorry to hear but thanks for clearing it up. Though this door has been closed, definetly try out Penfed and check out Langley FCU, you should have no problems joining and enjoying their productsSmiley Happy
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Re: NFCU and law enforcement *** UPDATE 1/9/19

+1

 

Definitely agree with Joe. PLENTY of other options, off the bat I would check out PenFed and Alliant FCUs.

 

Best of luck to you!






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Re: NFCU and law enforcement *** UPDATE 1/9/19

I saw an email that members can now refer friends. So if you have a friend, op, I would hurry up and ask them. Navy is way better than Penfed in my opinion.

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I have this email but id imagine the person referred still has to be elible in some way to join. A random friend i dont think eill pass the muster
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Re: NFCU and law enforcement *** UPDATE 1/9/19

Actually you are right, AJC. The email does say the person must be eligible. I apologize for the misinformation.
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