How can we set up rules to be more detailed based on the description given by the bank?

I have a rule to filter purchases made at Walmart (Groceries), and I also have a Credit card from Walmart that I pay with the same bank I use to buy groceries, so now since the rule is not so specific, it would categorize both transactions as the same. 

Is there a way to have a more unique Rule/Filter so if there transaction is a payment vs a purchase, can be filtered and organized properly?

In other words, the description of the transaction on the bank it shows Walmart for both the purchases and payments made to the credit card and if I ask the Rule to rename one of ends up renaming all of them.  

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