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Re: closing walmart

Where do you find the 0% coupon?

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i was wondering if you guys knew about the offer that walmart has were you get a walmart card and then you bring up a piece of paper that has a barcode  and says no interest for 12months.... if they refuse to scan the barcode do you still get the no interest?

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I'm not sure why the cashier would refuse to scan the barcode, but you could always call Walmart credit customer service to get the offer applied to your account.
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Don't close the card. Sock drawer if you want to. They are very good with CLIs. Call every 4 - 5 months. I just called them and went from $1000 to $2000. If you want to close anything, think about the Cap Ones with AF. Those won't grow with you. I never got a CLI with them and I had a great payment history.
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she wasnt a very bright or a nice cashier. she just kept saying no and asking if there was money on the card. its like yeah i got appproved

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khemchee wrote:

she wasnt a very bright or a nice cashier. she just kept saying no and asking if there was money on the card. its like yeah i got appproved


Some of them are terrible. My sister wanted to apply for the walmart card for the free FICO score and to get $20 off her purchase since she spent more than $100, and the cashier goes "You have to pay first then you can apply for the card" and I was like ...."uh no..." and she refused to put through an application for the credit card. 

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Where is appbar these days?




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