No, you cannot get cash back with the TJX Credit Card. However, it does have rewards, giving 1 - 5 points per $1 spent on purchases. The TJX Credit Card also has a $0 annual fee.
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Lastly, if you are referring to cash advances, you may obtain a cash advance at an ATM, or by using the convenience checks you may receive to accompany your card account. Please keep in mind that cash advances are rather costly transactions, which come with high interest rates (29.99%) and exorbitant fees (3% (min $10)). So, it is best to reserve them for emergencies only.
You can get a TJX cash advance at any ATM that display the Mastercard logo (virtually all ATMs). Just make sure you have your cash advance PIN. If you don't, call 1-877-890-3150 to get it. But remember that this will be expensive. The cash advance fee will be 4% (min. $10). The interest rate is a hefty 29.99% and it will begin accruing immediately.… read full answer
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