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Capital One Cash Advance

Hello,

 

I just opened USAA checking account and used my Capital One card to fund it. I didn't realize that it COULD be considered as a cash advance transaction. Does anyone know if that would be considered a cash advance, and if so how much is the fee?

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Im not familiar with USAA, but how did you make your opening deposit with a credit card? Most CUs require you to transfer $1-5 from a checking/savings account. Could you explain? If they did allow the initial deposit from a CC, I would think it would have to be considered a cash advance?


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creditguy-378: I'm sure you have noticed, but your posts are showing up blank. Most likely due to upgrading to the newest IE 9. A few days ago, I also upgraded to IE 9, and my posts were coming up blank too. I noticed the only thing I changed on my computer was upgrading IE. You may want to download Chrome or another web browser for now, to post on this forum. The compatability option in IE did not help for me. Hope this helps. 

 

Going back on topic. I have joined one or two CUs and funding it with a CC before, and I dont believe its coded as a cash advance. Its been a while and I have to dig for it, but will post when I can.

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MyCreditStinks wrote:

creditguy-378: I'm sure you have noticed, but your posts are showing up blank. Most likely due to upgrading to the newest IE 9. A few days ago, I also upgraded to IE 9, and my posts were coming up blank too. I noticed the only thing I changed on my computer was upgrading IE. You may want to download Chrome or another web browser for now, to post on this forum. The compatability option in IE did not help for me. Hope this helps. 

 

Going back on topic. I have joined one or two CUs and funding it with a CC before, and I dont believe its coded as a cash advance. Its been a while and I have to dig for it, but will post when I can.


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