To get cash from a credit card, swipe the card at an ATM, enter a personalized identification number, and select the withdrawal amount. Account holders may also use the convenience checks typically sent after opening an account to pay bills or other expenses.Continue Reading
Review credit card agreement terms to determine how much may be withdrawn from an ATM at any time. Review payback terms and interest rates associated with cash withdrawals. Review paperwork sent with credit cards, or visit credit card company websites to review this information.
Create a personalized identification number when activating a credit card account. Use this number to withdraw funds from an ATM. Contact credit card companies to create a PIN if necessary.
Use convenience checks instead of using a credit card. Contact credit card companies to request convenience checks. Fill out each check with names, amounts and account holder signatures. Use convenience checks to avoid ATM fees or to pay bills that require payment via a paper check.
Track credit card withdrawal amounts to remain within specific withdrawal limits. Make payments monthly to maintain low credit card balances.