It’s important to note that withdrawing cash from a credit card is not recommended as it can be expensive due to high interest rates and cash advance fees.
However, if you still need to withdraw cash from your credit card, here are the steps to follow:
- Check your credit card statement or contact your credit card issuer to determine your cash advance limit and fees.
- Find an ATM that accepts your credit card. You can usually find this information on your credit card issuer’s website or by calling their customer service.
- Insert your credit card into the ATM and follow the instructions to withdraw cash. You may need to enter a PIN to complete the transaction.
- Keep in mind that interest on cash advances typically begins accruing immediately, so try to pay off the balance as soon as possible to avoid accumulating more debt.
Again, it’s important to only withdraw cash from your credit card as a last resort and to pay off the balance as soon as possible to minimize interest charges and fees.