Rhonda Stewart, WalletHub Loans Analyst
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You can get a PNC credit card cash advance at any ATM displaying the Visa logo by using your card and PIN. You could also ask for a cash advance at a bank with your card and a photo ID. Alternatively, you can log in to your online account and transfer funds from your credit card directly to a checking account.
Things to know about PNC credit card cash advances:
- How to get a PIN: If you don’t have a PIN yet, you can request one by calling customer service at (800) 558-8472. Keep in mind that it might take 2-3 business days to receive your PIN in the mail.
- Cash advance fee: The fee for a cash advance is 4% (min $10), $5, or 5% (min $10), depending on the card. And you might also be charged with ATM fees in case you use one that’s not affiliated with PNC.
- Cash advance APR: Cash advances come with an APR of 20.24% (V), 26.49% (V), or 29.49% (V), depending on the card.
Ultimately, keep in mind that cash advances are quite expensive. So, it would be best to avoid using your PNC credit card for cash advances, unless it’s absolutely necessary.
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