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Re: Walmart Scoring Model

jsucool76 wrote:

Lenders are only required to provide you with a score if you're either denied, or not given the best terms they offer (I.E, Higher APR) 

im aware of that, but jsickz said he knew what internal score they had for him even though he was approved, so i was just wondering what GE had me at lol. no big deal , just curious. btw, i dont think you can get worse terms on the Walmart card, its all one (high) APR of 22.9%. maybe its diffrent on the Walmart Discover?

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