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bevy1234 wrote:Walmart sux ... I got a card from The Gap, 300 CL a Card from Old Navy 400 CL and a Cap one Card 1500 CL.. + a Loan for 10,000 from Members Exchange on a 2003 FX4 Truck.. I have low to mid 600's across the board and my debt to income ratio is only about 6%.... and Walmart will not give me a card ..I hope they never do.. I have to much of their crap in my house as it is.. I told the manager that I had a Gap, Old Navy and Cap one card and he told me there must be a problem with my credit and I said I dont think so..
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