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Soft pull and credit card funding up to $9,000. ($7,000 into the Share Certificate + $2,000 into a Share Membership Savings Account. We opened 2 certificates. Funded with a Navy federal visa for a total Profit of $910 ($275 for CD + $180 2% back credit card = $455 X 2).  limit of one "777" Share Certificate per member.

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JILL10 said:   Soft pull and credit card funding up to $9,000. ($7,000 into the Share Certificate + $2,000 into a Share Membership Savings Account. We opened 2 certificates. Funded with a Navy federal visa for a total Profit of $910 ($275 for CD + $180 2% back credit card = $455 X 2).  limit of one "777" Share Certificate per member.
Thanks I'm sold

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I have a Navy Federal CU Flagship card and was going to do this deal.  I called Navy Federal first and was told funding a savings account with my credit card would be considered a cash advance with a charge of 2% above the current interest rate up to 18%.

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JILL10 said:   Soft pull and credit card funding up to $9,000. ($7,000 into the Share Certificate + $2,000 into a Share Membership Savings Account. We opened 2 certificates. Funded with a Navy federal visa for a total Profit of $910 ($275 for CD + $180 2% back credit card = $455 X 2).  limit of one "777" Share Certificate per member.
  Anyone know how long the promo will last?

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JILL10 said:   Soft pull and credit card funding up to $9,000. ($7,000 into the Share Certificate + $2,000 into a Share Membership Savings Account. We opened 2 certificates. Funded with a Navy federal visa for a total Profit of $910 ($275 for CD + $180 2% back credit card = $455 X 2).  limit of one "777" Share Certificate per member.
  Are you sure you are not paying cash advance charges?

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Fort Knox Federal Credit Union offering a 59 month CD at 2.05% APY and 23 month CD at 1.45% APY.

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2.42% 60-month CD
not the easiest to open, but not the most difficult
they associate with sister credit unions to deposit & withdraw money locally.
there were 3 sister credit unions, even in my small town.
http://www.melrosecu.org/

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Melrose CU credit ratings have dropped to the lowest rating possible, largely due to defaults on Taxi Cab license loans in NYC, caused by competition from Uber drivers.  

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Federally insured by NCUA up to $250K

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robby69 said:   2.42% 60-month CD
not the easiest to open, but not the most difficult
they associate with sister credit unions to deposit & withdraw money locally.
there were 3 sister credit unions, even in my small town.
http://www.melrosecu.org/

  Seems pretty simple.  I just walked over to their branch during my lunch hour.

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Quorum CU is advertising a 13 mo 1.25% CD and a 17 mo 1.35% CD.

I have two 16 mo 1.65% CDs maturing this month, but think with one of them I'm going to do the Citibank $400 checking account deal. Maybe if the Quorum CDs are still around I might do it later. (The other one is going to get spent!)

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JILL10 said:   NRL Federal Credit Union is offering a 7-month Share Certificate at 7.00% APY. The minimum deposit is $500, with a $7k balance cap, and there is a limit of one Share Certificate per member.
https://www.nrlfcu.org/
The 7.00% APY includes the maximum Loyalty Rewards rate increase. Without any Loyalty Rewards rate increases, the APY is 6.73%, with the same funding requirements.
Easy Membership - Membership in the American Consumer Council (ACC) qualifies for NRLFCU membership eligibility. Joining ACC can be done through NRLFCU’s website.

  FWF newbie... I went to website and I don't see a 7 mo CD and I don't see any APY close to 7%.  What am I missing?  thanks.

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my4mainecoons said:   
JILL10 said:   NRL Federal Credit Union is offering a 7-month Share Certificate at 7.00% APY. The minimum deposit is $500, with a $7k balance cap, and there is a limit of one Share Certificate per member.
https://www.nrlfcu.org/ 
The 7.00% APY includes the maximum Loyalty Rewards rate increase. Without any Loyalty Rewards rate increases, the APY is 6.73%, with the same funding requirements.
Easy Membership - Membership in the American Consumer Council (ACC) qualifies for NRLFCU membership eligibility. Joining ACC can be done through NRLFCU’s website.

  FWF newbie... I went to website and I don't see a 7 mo CD and I don't see any APY close to 7%.  What am I missing?  thanks.

  It was a deal that lasted about a week. See this thread.   

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