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I recently applied for a Walmart Discover card. When I typed in my annual income I accidentally typed in 4,500 instead of 45,000. I got a letter telling me I had insufficient income for the card. All I wanted was a credit card for gas.

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If you want a credit card for gas, take a look at our gasoline credit cards. They can be used at most major gas stations. You can choose a card that will let you earn cash back or point rewards. Be sure to fill out the application correctly.

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