Fingerhut credit accounts do not offer a cash advance ever, it is not that kind of credit card. It is a catalogue only card account not a Visa, MasterCard, or Amex, or Discover, it is simply for Fingerhut advertised merchandise used online at Fingerhut.com, or sign up for their shipping catalogue to be mailed directly to your residence. When received by postal mail, look through catalogue and then use their in catalogue order form and mail in the completed order form and payment info or call them provided customer service number to make your purchases over the phone. You can also take note of the products specific product number assigned to each item down in their catalogue then go to Fingerhut.com and login to your account and then in the online Fingerhut search box located within their website or application and your in reach item product number you notes from catalogue and click the search button and add to shipping cart. After you finished adding items this way then to your shipping cart, click on the shipping cart icon to bring up all that was added to your cart, and begin the check out process until you have finalized shipping and payment info then you'll be done and looking at the confirmation page with your confirmation number or order number that you may want to take note of on a secure notepad that you won't misplace in case you run into any issues you may need these numbers as the customer service rep might request them of you to be able to locate and track down your order.
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