You can find a Capital One Quicksilver ATM at more than 70,000 locations nationwide. These are all fee-free Capital One ATMs, but you can use your Capital One Quicksilver card at any ATM that displays your card's network. Capital One Quicksilver is currently issued as a Mastercard, but there are cardholders with both VISA and Mastercard versions. Either way, these are the two networks with the most extensive worldwide acceptance, so you won't have issues using your Capital One Quicksilver.
Keep in mind, though, that even with a fee-free ATM, cash advances are extremely expensive transactions. Capital One Quicksilver charges a 3% (min $10) cash advance APR, which accrues immediately, with no grace period. Plus, there's a 3% (min $10) fee for each cash advance. So it's best to reserve cash advances for emergencies.
If, on the other hand, you'd like to use an ATM to make a Capital One Quicksilver bill payment, simply search for an eligible fee-free ATM online and filter your results by location type and service (i.e., "ATM" and "Make a Card Payment," respectively).
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