No, you cannot transfer a First PREMIER® Bank Mastercard Credit Card balance to a bank account. You can only do that between different lines of credit. You can, however, use your bank account to pay your credit card bill every billing cycle by setting up automatic payments.
You can find your First Premier account number online by signing in to your account, by calling 1-800-987-5521, on your credit card statement.
If you have your credit card nearby, find the 16-digit number on the front of the card and exclude the first 6 digits as well as the last number. The remaining 9 digits should be your account number.… read full answer
To get a First Premier Bank credit card cash advance, use the credit card and a corresponding PIN at a participating ATM and withdraw the cash, up to the card’s available cash advance limit. If you do not have a PIN, contact First Premier Bank’s customer service at (800) 987-5521 to request one.… read full answer
There may be other ways to get a cash advance from your First Premier Bank credit card, too. For example, you can request a cash advance in person at a local First Premier Bank branch. You could also write out a First Premier Bank cash advance check and use it like a traditional bank check.
You should keep in mind that a First Premier Bank cash advance can be expensive. A cash advance fee and a separate cash advance APR apply from the moment of the transaction. If you have to get one, then it would be best to pay it off as soon as possible.
You can’t transfer a credit card balance to a bank account because the balance on your credit card is a debt. If you want to transfer your credit card balance to another credit card, however, you can do that with a balance transfer. You can also transfer available credit from a credit card to a bank account by doing a … read full answercash advance.
A cash advance is when you get cash from a credit card, usually at an ATM or in-person at a bank branch. Be warned that cash advances are expensive – you’ll nearly always pay a cash advance fee on the amount you take out, and a high cash advance APR will take effect as soon as you withdraw the cash.
Other than a cash advance, there are a handful of options for transferring money from a credit card to a bank account, such as PayPal transfers, Venmo, or other money transfer services. But they all have their own risks and fees. Some of the alternative methods also involve enlisting another person’s help, which is a risk in itself. And even if you jump through the hoops, your credit card issuer may still flag the transaction as a cash advance. It’s best to only use a cash advance if you need an emergency cash loan.
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