11-05-2013 11:28 AM
11-05-2013 12:13 PM
My Walmart Discover has an even 5K CL and a 1K Quick Cash (Cash Back)/ Cash Advance Limit.
Does Walmart even issue the 'Discover' version to people with less than an 1K total CL? I've never seen anyone with a 'Discover' card and less than a 1K.
Yes. There was a poster who got a Discover with a $400 limit...lol.
11-05-2013 12:15 PM
My CL was $600 with a Quick Cash limit of $120.
I just got a CLI to $750...not sure if the cash limit got increased or not since I haven't had a statement cut with the new CL yet.
Is there a way to find out on the website without having to refer to a statement?
11-05-2013 12:53 PM
11-05-2013 03:45 PM
My cash back limit is $100, my limit is $3300 (new in the last few days, before was $2700?), I have never been offered the Discover Version of the card, I opened my account in July of 2012. I really do not understand Walmart Cards some times.
11-05-2013 03:58 PM
11-05-2013 05:00 PM - edited 11-05-2013 05:01 PM
There seems to be some confusion in this thread. The cash back (cash over a purchase) and cash advance limits are two separate items. The Walmart/Discover allows for up to $100 over per transaction; the amount for store cards are $60 per transaction / both are limited to 1 per day.
Yes but when do Cash Back, it comes off your Quick Cash / Cash Advance CL as well.... So if you have 1K Quick Cash / Cash Advance limit and you do 100$ Cash Back at the register. Your Quick Cash / Cash Advance limit will reduce to 900$. My DD has gotten Cash numerous times off her card, as a matter of fac the Cash Back shows up separately on the statement from the actual purchase amount thats how I know she got Cash Back
11-05-2013 05:14 PM
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