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Chip & PIN Credit Card

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I have just applied for a Chip & PIN credit card from the Pentagon Federal Credit Union. I was told that all the credit cards they offer except the American Express one now have Chip and PIN. I got a card that has no annual fee and no foreign transaction fee. You don't have to be a member of the military or work at the Pentagon to apply. The woman asked me if I ever gave blood at the Red Cross and that qualified me for membership without a fee. You must also open an account with a minimum of $5 in it. The whole prices took 10 minutes over then phone.

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