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Bank Name Debit Card Cash Advance Fee; Chase: $5 or 3% of withdrawal amount, whichever is greater: Bank of America: $5 or 3% of withdrawal amount, whichever is greater, up to a maximum
You can get a cash advance on a Chase Bank or other credit card by using the card at an ATM. You will likely be charged a fee as well as interest. Some banks may also give you special checks, commonly known as convenience checks, that you can use to take out an advance on a credit card account.
Yes, typically this will be 5% of the cash advance subject to a $10 minimum (see Pricing & Terms). The actual percentage charge ranges between 3% and 5% subject to a minimum of $5 to $15, , depending on which Chase credit card you have.
The Chase cash advance APR is 26.99% APR (V) for all cards, which is a lot higher than Chase’s regular APRs. But that rate is subject to change. The only exception appears to be the Disney Rewards Credit Card, issued by Chase, where the cash advance fee is 3% instead of 5%.
As in regards to Coinbase, they can't (won't) do anything about it. You need to harass Chase relentlessly. Bring up the MCC code issue plus the fact that debit card transactions prior to January 23rd were charged as ATM/Debit Card and not as Cash Advance/Misc. Debit and that should solve your problems.