The First Access Card annual fee is $75 1st yr, $48 after. First Access Card’s $75 1st yr, $48 after annual fee is higher than the average annual fee among new credit card offers right now. It’s not the only fee you need to worry about with the First Access Visa® Card, either.
First Access Card Fees
Annual Fee: $75 1st yr, $48 after
Cash Advance Fee: $0 the 1st yr, 3% (min $10) after
You can pay from your bank account. Log in to your bank’s online banking account and locate the online bill payment section. All you will need to make the payment is the payee name “First Access” and your 16 digit account number. Another way to pay your bill is through Western Union or MoneyGram or other electronic payment services. Bring a copy of your First Access Card statement to provide the payee name (“First Access Card”), your account number, and the remittance address.… read full answer
Withdraw the cash and remove the credit card from the ATM.
Before you take out a First Access Card cash advance, it’s important to note that it is a very expensive transaction. For starters, there’s a $0 the 1st yr, 3% (min $10) after cash advance fee. There’s also a separate cash advance APR of 34.99% that applies as soon as you withdraw the cash. There may be ATM-owner fees, too.
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