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What is a "Confirmation Code" that Navy Federal is asking for?

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My wife just got a Navy Federal credit card. I'm trying to pay it off and linked our external persona checking account to the account to pay it with.

 

NF is asking for a "Confirmation Code" for the checking account. 

 

What is it and where can I find it? We can't pay her card without it.

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A confirmation code is generally a number(s) that is sent to you via email or text message. It is used to verify that you are the actual owner of the account.

 

 

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