You can get a Green Dot cash advance at any ATM, by using the PIN that was mailed with your card. You can also ask for a PIN by calling the number on the back of your card.
It's good to know that credit card cash advances are really expensive (not just Green Dot cash advances), and should be avoided if possible. If you absolutely need a cash advance, it's important to know that the interest rate will be 19.99% and it will begin accruing immediately. Other than that, you will be charged a cash advance fee of $5 or 3% of the amount you withdraw, whichever is more.
Technically you can't overdraft a Green Dot Prepaid Visa card.
However, on very rare occasions, your card may be accepted even if you don't have enough money on it. This happens because of the way transactions are processed. And while you will not be charged an overdraft fee, you will still be responsible for completing the payment.… read full answer
Funds held on a temporary Green Dot prepaid card cannot be transferred to another card. You will need to register your account online and wait to receive your permanent card in order to do so.
Once your permanent account is established, you will be able to transfer funds to another Green Dot cardholder or load funds from your bank account. You can begin the registration process … read full answerhere.
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