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Re: Walmart


beamMEup wrote:

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). 


No. Goes by months.  I use the card once every four months and I have clicked on and received an online credit limit increase every 4 months since I got the card.  It's only like $100 - $150 each time but it adds up as the years go by.  Worth doing.

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Re: Walmart

No I only have four statements with activity.

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