You can get a Milestone credit card cash advance at any ATM if you have your cash advance PIN. If you don't, you can get a PIN by calling 800-958-2556.
Keep in mind that credit card cash advances aren't a good idea. Even though the Milestone credit card has a 0% cash advance fee for the first year, the cash advance APR is 29.9% and it begins accruing immediately.
Yes, and if you look at the CASH ADVANCE APR (Annual Percentage Rate) above, it will cost you a 29.99% fee for each ATM withdrawal. This can be costly. But if you need it, so be it. Then, remember to pay it in full before the end of the month so it doesn't accumulate COMPOUND INTEREST which is interest on top of interest in the long run. That's where the lenders make most of their money.
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