10-19-2013 06:39 AM
Walmart I originally had a walmart store card. Opened in March 2013. Charged and payed in full before statement closed for three consecutive months. After 3rd statement cut, I went from $500 CL to $800. Closed walmart store card in july 2013 and opened reapplied same day and was approved for walmart discover. Tried the same thing by paying in full before statement cut. Third statement, no CLI. Oh well, I now have that Mighty Discover at $6500 (well that's big for me anyway).
10-19-2013 06:42 AM
Also when I went from store card to Walmart Discover, they left my credit line at $800 Who's got the goods now
10-19-2013 07:20 AM
all my walmart card is good is some occasional purchases , i want to see if i can get an cli in december, and of course for the free TU fico score.
10-19-2013 07:26 AM
10-19-2013 08:03 AM - edited 10-19-2013 08:04 AM
10-19-2013 08:06 AM
What I've been reading on these boards is that they will try a SP and if they can't do it off of that, they will ask for a HP. Also, some people have been saying to request after 3 months since supposedly Discover reviews accounts after 3 months.
10-19-2013 09:04 AM
I was confused by your post. You started talking about Walmart Discover (I think) then the real Discover (I thought). The Walmart Discover is a soft pull for sure on TU. The real Discover is the information in my last post from what I've read on these boards.
10-19-2013 09:09 AM
10-19-2013 09:11 AM
What is your credit line on the real Discover? Walmart Discover is $3,000?
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