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Re: Walmart?

bump...anyone get the 24 to 48 and get the approval?
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bren39 wrote:
bump...anyone get the 24 to 48 and get the approval?


 
Call them

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Right, I had instant approval online for $300.. Closed the account, crazy interest rate..
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They declined for too recent appl's...I thought you can apply every 30 days..I guess not...However, I already sent a Recon...If declined never again....GE has approved accounts with lower scores than I have plus more baddies..I have worked hard to clean my TU and its actually the cleanest of all 3...So, if declined after recon...never will I apply again...
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All,
 
My approval took about 3 days -- I received a verification call. They approved me for $3K for the Walmart Discover with an Equifax score of 657. I have a two year old discharged BK.
 
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I just got an instant approval for..... .....$150!!!!! I am going to try really hard not to spend it all at one time!!
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Should I also apply for the Walmart Discover?? I have a BK that has been discharged for about 18 months.
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dallasjetfan wrote:
Should I also apply for the Walmart Discover?? I have a BK that has been discharged for about 18 months.

 
LOL!!! My approval was about 40.00 higher than yours.... Fast forward two years (drumroll please.) 590.00 big onesSmiley Mad I hate GEMB they are a joke!  really doubt they woudl do Discover for you, lol they will say they considred you for both with the original app.

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Oh well, I guess it is a TL and I can use them for small increases in credit score.
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Lol wow I feel lucky then I just got approved for 300 dollars Smiley Happy
 
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