To report a lost card online, go to your account summary page and click "Report Lost, Stolen, or Damaged Card" under the "Services" dropdown menu.
If you have the Walmart® Store Card, all the aforementioned information applies to you as well.
You should also make sure to check the recent transactions that have posted to your account. Then, review your next few monthly statements in detail just to make sure no one used your card without authorization before you reported it missing.
It takes about 10 business days on average to receive a Walmart credit card in the mail, after you have been approved for an account. If it takes much longer than that, you may want to call the issuer to check the status. Good luck, and please be sure to let us know how you like the card!… read full answer
The only way to check your Capital One® Walmart Rewards® Mastercard® application status is to call Walmart Credit Services. That goes for both the Walmart® Store Card, which can only be used at Walmart, and the Walmart Mastercard. And while there’s no way to check your status online, the phone service is available around the clock. It’s also possible to be instantly approved for either card. But if that’s not the case for you, you’ll have to either call or just wait to receive a decision by email.… read full answer
Here’s how to check your Walmart credit card application status:
Call Walmart Credit Services.
Press 1 for service in English.
Press 1 for application status.
Press 1 if you applied online, 2 if in a store, or 3 for any other method.
Verify your identity with the Walmart representative. You’ll likely have to provide your SSN.
Receive your application status: approved, denied, or still pending.
If your application is approved, you can look forward to receiving your new Walmart credit card within 7-10 days of getting the good news. If your card doesn’t arrive within 10 days, you should give Walmart Credit Services a call to let them know.
Finally, if you’re denied, you can ask for reconsideration. But you’ll need to prove your credit or income is actually better than it appeared on the application to have a shot at approval.
Here’s how to use your Walmart credit card without the card:
When you’re first approved: You don’t have to wait for the card to arrive. When you’re approved for a Walmart credit card, you’ll get a temporary number to use for Walmart purchases, which will post to your normal account.
With the Walmart app. Download it for free from iTunes or Google Play, then hit the “Payment” banner at the bottom of the screen. From there, you’ll be able to link your credit card or temporary card number. You can then scan the QR code in the app at checkout to pay using your Walmart credit card without the card.
Online. You don’t need the physical card as long as long as you have the number, expiration date and security code. Keep in mind that Walmart.com is the only website the store card works on. And if you only have a temporary card, you can’t use it online. You’ll have to wait to get the information off your actual card when it arrives.
If you get a Walmart credit card, you should really consider downloading the mobile app as well. It’s free and can save you some trouble if you forget your card. Again, Walmart won’t be able to look up your account in store. So if you don’t have the app, you’ll have to either pay cash or leave empty-handed.
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