Credit cash advances are usually a costly way of borrowing. Cash advances almost always come with a significantly higher rate of interest to be paid than regular transactions carried out using the card. There will be no grace period before the interest becomes payable. Many credit card companies charge a fee for customers to access credit cash advances. There may also be a fee payable if the money is withdrawn at an ATM.
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