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Re: Should I app for Amazon?

Should have no issues getting store card I would not think... But could start with Walmart first and get free TU Fico for free each omth too.

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Re: Should I app for Amazon?

Its pretty easy to get.  No idea with your limited history if it is easy enough.  I think your chances are good enough to apply and you need the trade lines.  GE trade lines are good for building credit.

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Re: Should I app for Amazon?

Thanks for the input. I was thinking about apping for the amazon and Walmart around the same time so I guess that's what I'll do.
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Re: Should I app for Amazon?

App for Walmart in store. Anecdotal evidence says higher approvals in store.
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Re: Should I app for Amazon?

I have an 87 cent balance on my walmart card, and they want it paid by July or Aug 20th.

 

When I tried to pay it, says it has to be at least $1.

 

:smileyvery-happy:

 

Oh, the people of walmart

 

That aside.  App both amazon and walmart store card.  Over your comptuter is easiest.

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Re: Should I app for Amazon?


Repo-ed wrote:

I have an 87 cent balance on my walmart card, and they want it paid by July or Aug 20th.

 

When I tried to pay it, says it has to be at least $1.

 

:smileyvery-happy:

 

Oh, the people of walmart

 

That aside.  App both amazon and walmart store card.  Over your comptuter is easiest.


Go to walmart and pay at the register, you can overpay there since there register does not know how much you owe

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Re: Should I app for Amazon?


john398 wrote:

Repo-ed wrote:

I have an 87 cent balance on my walmart card, and they want it paid by July or Aug 20th.

 

When I tried to pay it, says it has to be at least $1.

 

:smileyvery-happy:

 

Oh, the people of walmart

 

That aside.  App both amazon and walmart store card.  Over your comptuter is easiest.


Go to walmart and pay at the register, you can overpay there since there register does not know how much you owe



Makes perfect sense. d'uh!

 

Thanks!

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Get those baddies removed!!!
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