What Navy Federal Actually Reports to Bureaus About Your Credit Card

Today we are going over how to understand your credit card account statement with Navy Federal Credit Union. Especially if you are a beginner to credit cards, seeing certain categories like the current balance, pending transactions, credit limit, available credit, last payment amount, payment on hold, etc. may seem a big confusing. Don’t worry because in this video I’ll show you the most important parts of your statement, and what actually gets reported to the credit bureaus.

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2 Responses

  1. Neil Macedo says:

    Thanks Jacob

  2. Neno says:

    Are you thinking transitioning completely to NFCU from Chase?

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