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Can I transfer money to the bank from my credit card?

I urgently needed cash, but I'm in trouble because I don't have any cash until the payday my company pays. I have a credit card, can I transfer money to the bank with my credit card? Please tell me how to transfer money from my credit card to the bank.

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    I don't think most credit cards provide the ability to transfer funds to a bank account. However, I think it is possible to withdraw cash with cash advance.

    2020.02.18 7:49

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