Assuming that you’ve already obtained a cash advance PIN from First Premier (i.e., you’ve done a cash advance with this card before), it could either be a technical issue with the ATM or a sign that you didn’t have enough available credit to accommodate the amount of the transaction. Related to that last part, if you recently maxed out your card, it’s possible that First Premier responded by lowering your credit limit.
The easiest way to find out for sure is to give First Premier’s customer service department a call, at: 800-987-5521 .
The most probable reason for a First Premier Bank Mastercard cash advance denial is the lack of available credit.
Your cash advance limit isn't the same as your credit limit. Even though you might still have some left, cash advances are usually capped at 10% for the first couple of months, and at 50% afterwards. If you're not sure, you can just call their customer service line, and find out for sure. Their number is 800-987-5521.
Please take into account that cash advances are extremely expensive, so you may want to look into alternatives.
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