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I work at walmart store and have applied for a loan. My bank is asking for my old paystubs and I really dont know how to check them online. Can someone help me in this regard. Thanks!

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How can I check my old paystubs online? - MyWalmart Help

Just go to Walmart website https://us.walmartone.com and enter your login information i.e. your User ID and password to access your walmart account. If you haven’t created an account as yet then please do so by clicking the option “register” available on the home page of this website. You will be asked to enter your date of birth (DOB), valid email address, the date you have been hired as well as your Social Security Number (SSN) in the given fields. The date you have been hired could be taken from the Walmart store human resource department where you are working. In the next step, you will be asked to select five questions from the given list of question and answer all of them in order to verify your identity. These questions generally act as a security layer to your account e.g. name of your first pet, name of your best friend. You should now place your desired user ID as well as the password for your account. The user ID needs to be at least seven characters long. Lastly, check “Terms and Conditions” by clicking the checkbox to complete the account creation process. Once done, log into your account by entering your user ID and password. You can see your current and old paystubs under the benefits tab. These paystub can be downloaded and printed for record purpose.

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