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Those of you with the Walmart card, did you get an instant approval or the 24 to 48 hrs message?
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bren39 wrote:
Those of you with the Walmart card, did you get an instant approval or the 24 to 48 hrs message?


 
Mine was instant with really sucky scores and a limit to match

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ok..thanks much Brammy...
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Hi Brammy,
 
What was your limit with Walmart?  I got a lousy 300 bucks, but its up to a whopping 1K.. WOW  LOl
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ragcajun wrote:
Hi Brammy,
 
What was your limit with Walmart?  I got a lousy 300 bucks, but its up to a whopping 1K.. WOW  LOl


 
Lets put it like this.  The limit was so bad that if I wanted to by two weeks worth of groceries I would have had to bring an extra card.  FIred!!!  Had that card for two years and they would give a 100.00 CLI every 4 mos.  Now I use my Target Visa at Walmart.
 
Seems they go by whatever your credit file lokked like a the time of application.  Only had one low limit card at the time and have never seen an AR on any bureau.


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thanks sucks.  yeah I am getting 200 credit line increases.  i know use my amex gold rewards plus card.  I might as well earn some points!  LOL
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ragcajun wrote:
thanks sucks.  yeah I am getting 200 credit line increases.  i know use my amex gold rewards plus card.  I might as well earn some points!  LOL


 
I use the Target Visa out of spite:smileyvery-happy:

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I used to work at walmart and processed people's credit card requests often.
 
I had no way of knowing what their credit scores were, but a lot of people got instant approval for around $300.
 
Sometimes someone would get a $2,000 card, but I'm sure those people had outstanding credit already.
 
The way the process works is you go to the register and just ask to apply for credit.  You need your license and another CC.  They run both of them and in seconds you know if you're approved or not.  You can make one purchase then if you choose, or just wait for the card to arrive.
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Which card  the MC or Discover
People say "Only apply for credit you NEED"

I say "apply for credit you have PRATICAL use of"

I don't have AMEX card because I don't want a card that suffers from PMS

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