Unfortunately you cannot. Your initial cash advance limit is 10% of your spending limit, which is likely to be $300 to $500. It can jump to 50% of your spending limit after your account has been open for at least 90 days, provided your account is in good standing, but even that might not be enough for a $1,000 cash advance. That could end up being a good thing, too, considering that you’d get charged a 5% cash advance fee and your balance would immediately begin accruing interest at a rate of 36%. It’s not worth incurring such costs for anything but the biggest financial emergencies. With that being said, this card belongs to a network of 24,000 surcharge-free ATMs, and you can find the closest location here: https://firstpremier.com/locations/ . Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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