You can use a Credit One credit card to withdraw cash from an ATM. But as is the case with all credit cards, this type of transaction will be considered a “cash advance.” That means you’ll have to pay a fee each time, in addition to the ATM owner’s surcharge. And interest will immediately begin accruing at a very high rate. So it’s best to avoid cash advances unless it’s an emergency.
It’s also important to note that you may not have access to much cash, even if you decide to do an advance. Cash advance limits tend to be much lower than a card’s spending limit. And Credit One credit cards have a minimum spending limit of just $300.
Finally, while its name might lead you to assume otherwise, Credit One Bank doesn’t actually offer bank accounts – just credit cards. So there’s no other type of Credit One card that you can use for ATM withdrawals.
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