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Member avatarBy:Gregg
Location:Tucson
Gender: Male
Age: 55 to 64
Posted: May 7, 2014
33.5 years and counting
I set up a "Sure Pay" account at RBFCU as soon as I was able. Brooks AFB was my first duty assignment directly out of basic training. You helped fund my first car from a separating Air Force captain. No matter where I've been assigned since, I only opened up small savings accounts so I would always have check-cashing privileges for my "out-of-state" checks. We've been together from San Antonio to Long Beach, Mississippi, Utah, Italy, England, and currently Arizona. I have small accounts at several other credit unions, just in case they come up with something "extra". So far, I still have "sure pay" from my civilian job going to the same account I opened sometime in '80.
A few years ago, you offered your members the chance to refinance their outstanding credit card debt at a lower rate, but they would have to pay it off in 12 months. I thought that was a terrific incentive to get out from under my debt load, so I called your 1-800 number to apply. When the retired master sergeant heard that I'd been a member for over 20 years, I don't think he even had to find a supervisor to approve me. Thanks for letting me say, "Thank you" for serving me and my military colleagues all these years.
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