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Walmart

Got my walmart cc in July 09 with 500 cl is it too soon to hit the luv button ? Or should I wait for them to initiate increase  since it has been four months? 
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Re: Walmart

You can hit it every 4 months.
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Thanks manyquestions for the quick response. I will log on and hopefully it gives me some luv!!
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Gemb who backs the card like to see a four months  payment pattern before providing a cli.
Message Edited by moonman on 11-02-2009 05:22 AM
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Guess I should have waited got a big fat NO!!  Message said they will let me know in seven to ten days why I was denied. It has been four months I  pay in full most of the time and if I dont I pay in full I pay above minium payment.Smiley Sad  Thanx all for the help everyone.
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did the 5th statement cut? thats when your 4 month credit-payment ends.

 

 

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No stupid me!!! Iam on the fourth statement. awww shucks!!!! Should I wait another four months before asking again?

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VEEVEE wrote:

No stupid me!!! Iam on the fourth statement. awww shucks!!!! Should I wait another four months before asking again?


I dont know, i do not have a walmart card. sorry. 

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voidman wrote:

VEEVEE wrote:

No stupid me!!! Iam on the fourth statement. awww shucks!!!! Should I wait another four months before asking again?


I dont know, i do not have a walmart card. sorry. 

Message Edited by voidman on 11-02-2009 06:46 AM

just try again next month and you should get oneSmiley Wink

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voidman wrote:

did the 5th statement cut? thats when your 4 month credit-payment ends.


That's good to know. 

 

Wally does not issue statements on those months where there's no activity.  So, do you have to have 5 real statements?  (In the last four months, I only have two statements - July & September). 

Just puttin' syrup on something, don't make it pancakes.
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