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Old 10-26-2014, 08:23 AM   #21
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couldn/t find the 5% cd where did you see it listed? thanks
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Old 10-26-2014, 08:39 AM   #22
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I tried adding 1000 to the 5000 but systems said error ...so, then tried 100 ...system took it, but it is Sunday, so doesn't complete until Monday.

Only question is ...is there a transaction fee for NFCU stuff ...?


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Old 10-26-2014, 09:36 AM   #23
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couldn/t find the 5% cd where did you see it listed? thanks
I heard about it free a forum reader via telephone

I just checked and www.navyfederal.org has a 12 month 3% special offer.

Look at home page, products and services, certificates, then certificate rates.
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Old 10-26-2014, 11:28 AM   #24
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What was your method? A few of us veterans here can't seem to get through the process.
Navy vet, but not retired or current service member and I wasn't able to join in years past. Took another run at it, as my gal's sister lives with a NFCU member (and is also a member?). Sure enough, my gal, as a family member of a housemate of a NFCU member could join. Once she joined I, as a housemate of a member, could also join. A little offensive, but eyes on the prize here.
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Navy vet, but not retired or current service member and I wasn't able to join in years past. Took another run at it, as my gal's sister lives with a NFCU member (and is also a member?). Sure enough, my gal, as a family member of a housemate of a NFCU member could join. Once she joined I, as a housemate of a member, could also join. A little offensive, but eyes on the prize here.
Eh, that is not offensive. You were entitled to join, albeit circuitously. I had to wiggle in the back door a few years ago when Navy was taking over a failing credit union that had a "take all comers" membership policy similar to Pen Fed's.
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Even though we have a couple of local NFCU branches nearby, I called their 800# and enrolled that way. The phone rep asked a bunch of Qs and I responded. I asked that they draw the $5K from my Ally account and it was taken care of in a few days. They also asked for $5 to set up the basic account. I sent in a $5 check. That $5 is now reflected in my balance (not my CD).The process was smooth as silk.
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