There’s no limit on how often you can get a cash advance, but you will be limited by the amount of your cash advance credit line. Much like the total amount of your purchases and any interest that you incur cannot exceed your spending limit, you are restricted from getting more than a certain dollar amount in cash advances (including fees and interest) before you pay your bill. Your cash advance credit line should be listed on your monthly bill, but it’s important to note that whatever funds are at your disposal probably won’t go as far as you think, considering how expensive cash advances are. This card in particular charges a fee equal to 5% of the amount advanced (minimum of $10) as well as interest that will immediately begin to accrue at a 29.99% annual rate. Such costs are why we do not recommend cash advances. You can learn here: http://wallethub.com/edu/credit-card-cash-advance/25829/ . Hope this helps.
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