04-24-2010 03:57 AM
Has anyone been at the walmart checkout and used the cash back option with your credit card, it states you can pull at least $120.00 and it is not like a cash advance and just goes against your available credit, is this actually true. does it beat going to the atm. Thanks for any information.
04-24-2010 05:13 AM
Sams does that and it just counts as a purchase. Since Sams and Walmart are the same company, I would assume it is the same. My Sams card is a GEMB product if that helps.
04-24-2010 06:30 AM
I have done this, was 40 dollars right after Christmas. I'm not sure how bad it looks against your account, but I have put off requesting a CLI in fear they will deny me based utilizing the cash back option. IF I acquire the courage soon I will report back any success or failure and if it was due to using cash back.
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