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Old 02-07-2007, 02:44 PM   #141
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Re: 6.25% CD ?

Originally Posted by RustyShackleford
I wouldn't call you lazy. Thanks for figuring this out ! I called and re-verified.

Looks to me like you send one copy to your bank (as opposed to a 2nd copy to them
which they forward to your bank), and they agreed.

I wasn't quite clear on when they make the ACH transfer, so only downside
might be if you like to float the free loan a little closer to the due date.

Amen. And I like the fact that it's a non-profit making the money off the card.

Ok, so now do i cut open the envelope again, or just take a copy of my copy to my local bank? Think i'll do that - too much tape and I'm gonna be into another stamp! Thanks Rusty!

Oh, and they said no ACH charge...

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Re: 6.25% CD ?
Old 02-07-2007, 03:51 PM   #142
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Re: 6.25% CD ?

Originally Posted by d
too little, too late! (but if one's looking for a shorter (<3 yr) term, it's appealing ... any hint's on how the general population can join?)
Well, I'm guessing that you're not planning to use the eligibility criteria that I did...

... so here's their eligibility checklist.

I think PenFed's option to join the National Military Family Association is open to more potential members, and PenFed has been matching or exceeding NFCU's offerings for at least the last year.


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