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No, Walmart does not have secured credit cards. The big-box retailer's only credit card offers are the co-branded Capital One Walmart Rewards® Mastercard® and the Walmart® Store Card, both of which are unsecured credit cards.
Secured credit cards are designed for people with bad or no credit, and they require a security deposit to open the account. Unsecured cards are the most common type of credit card. They don't require a security deposit, which makes them harder to get, but there are offers for people of all credit levels.
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