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Old 07-02-2012, 06:24 AM
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Originally Posted by wyb View Post
There must be more choices than that - for example, the credit unions which server our European based military must surely have chip-and-pin cards..
You're right, the Andrews credit union is intended for military personnel or civilians who work on the base, but there's a way for us normal folk to get an account too. I just checked back on the Flyertalk thread and it looks like there's a State Department FCU card that is also chip & pin (added plus, zero foreign transaction fees). It appears the Andrews card may not be the only (or even the best) option any more.
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