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I have a few for the list:

 

Declines you for being Egyptian.

Approves you without verifying eligibility then later freezes your accounts while they verify eligibility.

Makes you fax in recon requests...I mean really who faxes anything these days.

Has websites and online banking interfaces that have the same level of sophistication as Prodigy.

Require separate login IDs for the CC rewards.

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I have a few for the list:

 

Declines you for being Egyptian.

Approves you without verifying eligibility then later freezes your accounts while they verify eligibility.

Makes you fax in recon requests...I mean really who faxes anything these days.

Has websites and online banking interfaces that have the same level of sophistication as Prodigy.

Require separate login IDs for the CC rewards.

Fax machines are what CUs bought to prove that they really keep up with technology! :P

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I have a few for the list:

 

Declines you for being Egyptian.

Approves you without verifying eligibility then later freezes your accounts while they verify eligibility.

Makes you fax in recon requests...I mean really who faxes anything these days.

Has websites and online banking interfaces that have the same level of sophistication as Prodigy.

Require separate login IDs for the CC rewards.

Fax machines are what CUs bought to prove that they really keep up with technology! :P

 

 

I think they get them from the same place that designs their websites...

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I have a few for the list:

 

Declines you for being Egyptian.

Approves you without verifying eligibility then later freezes your accounts while they verify eligibility.

Makes you fax in recon requests...I mean really who faxes anything these days.

Has websites and online banking interfaces that have the same level of sophistication as Prodigy.

Require separate login IDs for the CC rewards.

Fax machines are what CUs bought to prove that they really keep up with technology! :P

 

 

I think they get them from the same place that designs their websites...

 

 

I think you're right.

 

I'm anticipating a wave of new CU promotions: For every new checking account, get a free Palm Pilot!

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I have a few for the list:

 

Declines you for being Egyptian.

Approves you without verifying eligibility then later freezes your accounts while they verify eligibility.

Makes you fax in recon requests...I mean really who faxes anything these days.

Has websites and online banking interfaces that have the same level of sophistication as Prodigy.

Require separate login IDs for the CC rewards.

Fax machines are what CUs bought to prove that they really keep up with technology! :P

 

 

I think they get them from the same place that designs their websites...

 

 

I think you're right.

 

I'm anticipating a wave of new CU promotions: For every new checking account, get a free Palm Pilot!

 

 

Your choice, a Palm Pilot or a HD DVD Player.

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DCU practically implodes when you try to open two CDs on the same day. Documents disappear when you try to take out an auto loan.

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973647

 

And they require you to use your member number as your login ID. Who remembers their CU member number? http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973949

 

I do, don't you? :dntknw:

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DCU practically implodes when you try to open two CDs on the same day. Documents disappear when you try to take out an auto loan.

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973647

 

And they require you to use your member number as your login ID. Who remembers their CU member number? http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973949

 

 

Apparently NFCU and UNFCU also have this silly, amateur requirement. http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973952

 

NFCU only has a 5-digit "access" number, that's not too hard to remember. PSECU requires a 10-digit member # + 4-digit PIN + password. Try memorizing TWO of those logins, and only using them once a month! :wacko::D

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DCU practically implodes when you try to open two CDs on the same day. Documents disappear when you try to take out an auto loan.

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973647

 

And they require you to use your member number as your login ID. Who remembers their CU member number? http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973949

 

 

Apparently NFCU and UNFCU also have this silly, amateur requirement. http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973952

 

NFCU only has a 5-digit "access" number, that's not too hard to remember. PSECU requires a 10-digit member # + 4-digit PIN + password. Try memorizing TWO of those logins, and only using them once a month! :wacko::D

 

 

A spreadsheet with all of those details comes in handy! :)

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DCU practically implodes when you try to open two CDs on the same day. Documents disappear when you try to take out an auto loan.

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973647

 

And they require you to use your member number as your login ID. Who remembers their CU member number? http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973949

 

 

Apparently NFCU and UNFCU also have this silly, amateur requirement. http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973952

 

NFCU only has a 5-digit "access" number, that's not too hard to remember. PSECU requires a 10-digit member # + 4-digit PIN + password. Try memorizing TWO of those logins, and only using them once a month! :wacko::D

 

 

A spreadsheet with all of those details comes in handy! :)

 

 

I keep all that in my Palm Pilot.

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DCU practically implodes when you try to open two CDs on the same day. Documents disappear when you try to take out an auto loan.

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973647

 

And they require you to use your member number as your login ID. Who remembers their CU member number? http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973949

 

 

Apparently NFCU and UNFCU also have this silly, amateur requirement. http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973952

 

NFCU only has a 5-digit "access" number, that's not too hard to remember. PSECU requires a 10-digit member # + 4-digit PIN + password. Try memorizing TWO of those logins, and only using them once a month! :wacko::D

 

 

A spreadsheet with all of those details comes in handy! :)

 

 

I keep all that in my Palm Pilot.

 

 

I use one of these

 

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DCU practically implodes when you try to open two CDs on the same day. Documents disappear when you try to take out an auto loan.

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973647

 

And they require you to use your member number as your login ID. Who remembers their CU member number? http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973949

 

 

Apparently NFCU and UNFCU also have this silly, amateur requirement. http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973952

 

NFCU only has a 5-digit "access" number, that's not too hard to remember. PSECU requires a 10-digit member # + 4-digit PIN + password. Try memorizing TWO of those logins, and only using them once a month! :wacko::D

 

 

A spreadsheet with all of those details comes in handy! :)

 

 

I keep all that in my Palm Pilot.

 

Is that what you call it? :P

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DCU practically implodes when you try to open two CDs on the same day. Documents disappear when you try to take out an auto loan.

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973647

 

And they require you to use your member number as your login ID. Who remembers their CU member number? http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973949

 

 

Apparently NFCU and UNFCU also have this silly, amateur requirement. http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=523825&p=4973952

 

NFCU only has a 5-digit "access" number, that's not too hard to remember. PSECU requires a 10-digit member # + 4-digit PIN + password. Try memorizing TWO of those logins, and only using them once a month! :wacko::D

 

 

A spreadsheet with all of those details comes in handy! :)

 

 

I keep all that in my Palm Pilot.

 

Is that what you call it? :P

 

:rofl::rofl::rofl:

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I actually don't mind that. I would do that myself if I were loaning money.

 

maybe LC should do that and that would help prevent loss of ROR?

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I actually don't mind that. I would do that myself if I were loaning money.

 

maybe LC should do that and that would help prevent loss of ROR?

 

I would imagine that most larger companies have abandoned this practice over fear of liability for third-party disclosure by overzealous internal collections employees on an incentive plan. I would have the same concern if I was an investor in LendingClub the company.

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I have a few for the list:

 

Declines you for being Egyptian.

Approves you without verifying eligibility then later freezes your accounts while they verify eligibility.

Makes you fax in recon requests...I mean really who faxes anything these days.

Has websites and online banking interfaces that have the same level of sophistication as Prodigy.

Require separate login IDs for the CC rewards.

Fax machines are what CUs bought to prove that they really keep up with technology! :P

I think they get them from the same place that designs their websites...

I think you're right.

 

I'm anticipating a wave of new CU promotions: For every new checking account, get a free Palm Pilot!

Your choice, a Palm Pilot or a HD DVD Player.

Free laser disc player or 50 free hours of AOL

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I have a few for the list:

 

Declines you for being Egyptian.

Approves you without verifying eligibility then later freezes your accounts while they verify eligibility.

Makes you fax in recon requests...I mean really who faxes anything these days.

Has websites and online banking interfaces that have the same level of sophistication as Prodigy.

Require separate login IDs for the CC rewards.

Fax machines are what CUs bought to prove that they really keep up with technology! :P

 

 

I think they get them from the same place that designs their websites...

 

 

You know.. These older promotional items, like Blackberrys and microwaves and kitchen sets, lol. Could it all be a part of efforts to keep costs down? ...

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For the record.... I applied to a local bank back in 2002 and received a beautiful George Foreman grill in teal. I wish the bank kept my interest as long as that grill did.

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For the record.... I applied to a local bank back in 2002 and received a beautiful George Foreman grill in teal. I wish the bank kept my interest as long as that grill did.

 

In an advanced society I have no idea how these words all end up in the same sentence. :P

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my opinion of the GF grill is

 

it was an incredibly ingenious marketing package

 

that made GF and everyone else involved a ton of money.

 

more than you can say for Evander Holyfield :P

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