I have $33,000 in credit cards with USAA and $34,000 with Navy federal credit union credit cards and a line of credit of $7500 with Navy federal. I don't have the money to pay them and I just missed my 1st payment with USAA. USAA have been calling me all day I just did not pick of the phone. Anybody have any experience with navy federal credit union. I have Home Equity Loan with navy federal, that I know I have to pay, but my credit cards I will not pay. Anybody got sued by Navy Federal or USAA, I will keep you posted on what happpens.
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