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The Master How to Sign up for USAA CreditCheck Monitoring Premium (CCMP) Thread

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This is for non-members.
Members, just login and add CCMP to your services.

For non-members:
Go to
www.usaa.com
URL will be
https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_logon/Logon?redirectjsp=true

Click on Our Products dropdown,
Choose Credit Monitoring & ID Protection
Scroll down to “Sign Up Today” and click on
Sign Up for CreditCheck Monitoring Premium (CCMP)

In the Not a member? Box, choose Get Started
Answer No to “Are you already a USAA member?”
If you get eligibility checkboxes, start over again

If you get the “Tell us about your military affiliation” checkboxes,
And you answer no,
You’ll get the “Sorry, we can’t open this account for you” message.
If you get that message, you were trying to sign up for something other than CCMP.

You should now get the eligibility form:
https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_membereligibility/CpModularPersonalInfo?action=executeTask&target=ModularPersonalInfoTask&operationName=INIT

Complete it and you should be able to access CCMP

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I have tried twice to join. Followed your steps as written. When I get to "Not a Member" and choose Get Started and answer No, I get a form to establish eligibility and I start over and still can't seem to join.

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Try clearing ALL your cache, history & cookies,

 

or use a different browser.

 

You need to start with a clean slate of ONLY applying for CCMP.

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Other option is to have someone who has a USAA login,

 

log in, then log out.

 

That might leave a cookie that marks the machine as "acceptable"

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And any discounts you got for daily pull service :blush:

 

Call up and speak to a rep for the monitoring service and you should be able to get the Unlimited for $16 a month.

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AFAIK anyone can join USAA, don't have to be affiliated with military.

 

That has changed recently for banking products it seems. USAA has been sending letters indicating that "USAA Federal Savings Bank products are now available only to veterans, those currently serving in the military, and their eligible family members". I haven't received one as I'm a full member so I can't verify the contents of the letter but there are plenty of threads on multiple sites on this matter that can be referenced. Existing account holders appear to be grandfathered.

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AFAIK anyone can join USAA, don't have to be affiliated with military.

 

That has changed recently for banking products it seems. USAA has been sending letters indicating that "USAA Federal Savings Bank products are now available only to veterans, those currently serving in the military, and their eligible family members". I haven't received one as I'm a full member so I can't verify the contents of the letter but there are plenty of threads on multiple sites on this matter that can be referenced. Existing account holders appear to be grandfathered.

 

 

I can. :wave:

 

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