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Question about Walmart Approval

I just approved for the Walmart Card, with a surprisingly low limit compared to two of my other credit limits. either way, i was just instantly approved but how do i enroll in the e billing and to get the transunion score?

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congrats on your approval

 

If i remember right its under the tab that says enroll in paperless billing

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You have to wait for the cc. to register online.

By the way..., congrats.

You can try to recon the CL with Credit Solutions too.
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drewrico wrote:

I just approved for the Walmart Card, with a surprisingly low limit compared to two of my other credit limits. either way, i was just instantly approved but how do i enroll in the e billing and to get the transunion score?


I think you can do it by going to Account Services menu at the top and click on View FICO Score. It should then walk you through enabling paperless statements and will then redirect you back to your FICO score if I remember correctly.

 

Edit: Ahhh yah, you will have to have your card in hand first. :smileytongue:


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Congrats on the approval, treat it well and it should grow nicely! :smileyhappy:

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The night I was approved 12/31/2012

After seeing the approval screen it sent me directly to the account setup screen. At that time a promotion was running i think which was spend $100 get $20 back 

so that may have been the difference in some cases. My card arrived about 7 days later. 

You will definitley enjoy the free TU score that is a big plus

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Thanks fellas

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Congrats.  Took a week to get mine then I went online and signed up.  I will also suggest waiting until 4 months of reporting before tryin to hit that Luv button.  I did it a few weeks prior and only got a 300 CLI but, I see a lot of stories of better CLIs by calling.  I never even tried calling after I hit it so I will just wait 4 more complete months before I try next time. However, YMMV


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drewrico wrote:

I just approved for the Walmart Card, with a surprisingly low limit compared to two of my other credit limits. either way, i was just instantly approved but how do i enroll in the e billing and to get the transunion score?


card will grow fast... opened mine may 2012, went from $500 ---> $900 ---->$2000 ---->$5000... 

 

... sign up for paperless statement..there should be a tab under your balance etc... 


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Congrats.  Took a week to get mine then I went online and signed up.  I will also suggest waiting until 4 months of reporting before tryin to hit that Luv button.  I did it a few weeks prior and only got a 300 CLI but, I see a lot of stories of better CLIs by calling.  I never even tried calling after I hit it so I will just wait 4 more complete months before I try next time. However, YMMV


I heard of people calling after hitting the LUV button, to get a further increase. I wonder if they could tell when you call that you just received a CLI online.

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