To check your Capital One Quicksilver Student Card balance, log in to your Capital One account online or call credit card customer service at the number on the back of the card. It’s also possible to check your Capital One Quicksilver Student Card balance through the Capital One app.
How to Check Your Capital One Quicksilver Student Card Balance
Online: Log in to your Capital One account to see your Capital One Quicksilver Student Card's balance.
By Phone: Call the number on the back of the card and follow the prompts to have the automated system read your current balance.
By App: Log in to the Capital One app. Your credit card balance will be shown on the home screen.
It’s a good idea to keep an eye on your Capital One Quicksilver Student Card balance. If your balance seems higher than it should be, take a moment to look over your recent transactions for anything out of the ordinary.
No, the Capital One Quicksilver Student Card does not have a 0% APR intro period for new purchases. If you’re planning on making a large upcoming purchase and you don’t anticipate paying off the balance for a few months, the Capital One Quicksilver Student Card is not a great credit card to use.
Withdraw the cash and remove the credit card from the ATM.
Before you take out a Capital One Quicksilver Student Card cash advance, it’s important to note that it is a very expensive transaction. For starters, there’s a cash advance fee of 3% (min $3). There’s also a separate cash advance APR that applies as soon as you withdraw the cash. There may be ATM-owner fees, too.
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