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If you have a Walmart credit card, you will like to know that it has its own online cabinet. At this place, you can take a look at your credit limit, your payment history, or at your rewards. Look at the information below, to know how to login to your personalized online account.
How to Login / Make a Payment
Visit the official website of Walmart credit card account. You can use the link below:
At the main page of Walmart credit card, you will see a field where you need to fill your username. It’s located on the left side of the page.
Be attentive, there is no password field to fill. After you fill your username, click on “Sign in now” button. After that, you will be redirected to the page where the system will show you the Personalized Image you selected before asking you to enter your Password.
After that, you will be redirected to your personal account.
Forgot Password / Username
If you forgot your username or password to your Walmart account, look at the information below.
Go to the official website of Walmart credit card account. You can use this link:
At the main page, you will see a “Look up your User ID” link, click on it. It’s located on the left side of the main page, just under the “Sign in now” button.
You will be redirected to the recovery page. At first, you need to fill the information about your card: credit card number and last 4-digits from your SSN.
After, click on “Next” button. You will be redirected to the verification page, where you will be needed to enter your personal information.
Just after that, you will be redirected to the page with your User ID.
Activation / Registration
For using your Walmart Master Card, you need to activate it. Use the steps below, to know how to do it.
Visit the official page of Walmart credit card. Use this link:
At the main page, you will see an “Activate me card” link. Click on it. It’s located under “Sign in now” button.
You will be redirected to the page, where you will be needed to click on the “Activate and register” button. It’s located on the right side of the page.
At first, you will be needed to enter your credit card number and click on the “Next” button. After you will be needed to validate your account with your personal information such as your name, date of birth, and SSN. After that, you also need to click on “Next” button.
Then you will choose security for your personal account and image and click for the last on the “Next” button. You will be redirected to your personal account.
Q: What documentation do I need when applying for Walmart Credit Card?
Customers may apply for Walmart Credit card at any Walmart store or at their Jewelry Kiosk and the only necessary documentation is a government-issued ID. If you are approved for the card, you will get a temporary shopping pass, which replaces your card for 24 hours in the store in which you were approved and you will need to present the driver's license number to the cashier just that day. For further questions you can contact GE Money at 1-877-294-7882 to speak to a customer service representative.
Q: Where can I use my Walmart Credit Card and are there some restrictions?
If you possess the store card, you can only use it at Walmart, Sam’s Club, their websites, and Walmart fuel stations and Murphy USA gas stations. If you possess the Walmart MasterCard, you can use it everywhere MasterCard is accepted. You should know that quick cash advances, interest changes and purchases on special financing and fees do not earn points.
Q: Why does every bank ask for my social security number and can I apply even if I do not have it?
Unfortunately, there are very few chances of getting the credit if you do not possess the social security number. Every credit card issuer demands it when applying for a credit card because that is determined by the Federal law and it is the way of identifying your personality. This number is used to confirm person’s identity and find credit bureau information which are of crucial importance when determining whether to allow you the credit or not.