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Since I'm in the credit gardening phase in life, I wanted to build a relationship with a smaller bank who would reward me for being responsible. I'm with US Bank now, and have no qualms, except nowhere to go with them; they don't know my name. So I read reviews about NASA and decided to open membership. I did this online, which was a soft pull on Experian. I was immediately approved. In the ensuing days, my new NASA debit card arrived; I used the mobile app to deposit a 100 dollar check out of my US Bank account, which was immediately placed on hold for 5 days. I switched over my direct deposit, and something interesting happened: the portion of my deposit I directed to NASA hit my account a day earlier than the remaining US Bank funds. So that was nice. So far, my experience has been pretty good; I'm planning to add to my credit garden later this year or beginning of next and hoping NASA sends me to space.
When I got married a few years ago, I was using a large national Bank and over time had become very frustrated with too many things. My wife suggested that I just go ahead and join in with her Nasa Federal Credit Union account. Since we had just gotten married, and due to my frustrations with my current Bank, I decided to go in and find out more. I trusted my wife, but this was something I wanted to go in and discuss with them myself. Well, she was right! After my first visit and talk with them, I left feeling relaxed and comfortable, and actually kind of excited to start utilizing my new account and feeling the frustrations of my old Bank going away. I would truly suggest to anyone Nasa Federal Credit Union!!