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*This offer may not be combined with any other new-member offers at the time of the account opening. Must be over 18 to join online and to qualify for the incentive, which will appear as a credit on your savings account. To receive the $50 credit, the person referred for membership must be eligible to join and must apply online with the unique promo code. Any current NFCU member 18 or older may be a referring member. Expiration date: Feb. 28, 2015. Accounts must be in good standing for credits to be processed. Recruiters are not eligible to refer recruits. $5 minimum balance to open and maintain savings account and to obtain bonus. Annual Percentage Yield 0.25%, effective 12/19/14. Fees may reduce earnings, and rates may change. Bonus deposited within 14 business days of account opening. Program must be mentioned at time of joining for account to be credited. Limit 5 referrals per member. Navy Federal employees and their immediate family are not eligible to participate in this program.

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I'm guessing that for an infant you would use your own email address? I've been waiting for this to open my son's account and also add my wife.

Shortly after discovering a baby was coming my ex and I set up a Yahoo! account in her name. We used it to send out various "progress updates" and the official birth announcement :)

Also had the benefit of keeping all the various "congrats" posts out of our main email accounts (and gave us a single spot where either of us could reply if desired/necessary).

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I'm guessing that for an infant you would use your own email address? I've been waiting for this to open my son's account and also add my wife.

Shortly after discovering a baby was coming my ex and I set up a Yahoo! account in her name. We used it to send out various "progress updates" and the official birth announcement :)

Also had the benefit of keeping all the various "congrats" posts out of our main email accounts (and gave us a single spot where either of us could reply if desired/necessary).

Good idea. I hadn't even thought of that. :good:

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FYI, this promotion will only work if the people joining are over 18. I just tried to open membership for my son and it could not be completed online because he's under 18. I chatted with a CSR and they said it is only for online applications, so I wouldn't be able to do it under this promotion.

 

I guess I'm waiting until there's a general promotion to open his account.

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They still won't let me join... haven't been on active duty since 1987, closed my account when I got out of the Navy... I tried calling last year to 'social engineer' my way back in, but it wasn't happening.

No qualifying relatives at the moment... maybe I can get my grandson to enlist in about 10 more years.....

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